Manufacturers' & farmers' journal, Providence and Pawtucket advertiser
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Title: Manufacturers' & farmers' journal, Providence and Pawtucket advertiser
Portion of title: Manufacturers' and farmers' journal, Providence and Pawtucket advertiser
Manufacturers' and farmers' journal, and Providence and Pawtucket advertiser
Manufacturers & farmers journal, and Providence and Pawtucket advertiser
Alternate Title: Providence journal
Physical Description: v. : ; 49-55 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Miller & Hutchens
Place of Publication: Providence R.I
Creation Date: February 29, 1836
Publication Date: 1820-1848
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Providence (R.I.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Providence County (R.I.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Rhode Island -- Providence -- Providence
Coordinates: 41.823611 x -71.422222 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from Readex Microprint Corp. as part of the Early American newspapers series.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1820)-v. 27, no. 34 (Apr. 27, 1848).
General Note: Publisher: John Miller, <Jan. 12, 1829>-
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Whipple's Buildisi, Uollie.etstreet, Providence. R. I.
To'wlhom all commaiiicattonre must b addressed.
DA I LY piper $8 par aiiiumi.
SEMI WpIEK, ta[Monday and Tliuisda.y] $4.
WV.LKLY [nrulday] $2 50.

Municipal Court of the City of Providence,
February 91 h, 1836.
rHOMkAS .J SPR -tGUE, Adiuimnsirator on the
esiamte om Paris Spramiue, dc. ased, pirts:ntsh Imu
petit ona tou 'sCouri Satellng lor"i, thal thlie is die
tp'thesiiad Admnimstralor, on settlen'eut of Ins Ad-
ministratiolriaecount with said estate, the sum o
seventy-five dollars and tinrly eight cents; and tha
the proceeds of the personal popetl ty, and als oft thi
real estate.which was of'sa:d deceased, which ha
teen sold iy said Adminislrator, hi Ie been aprylied
to ilm extinsulshmentiu ofcllOnuis against said esint
Wherefoie he prays. that lihe may b authorized ann
empowered in his said capacity, to sell a certain lot
of Land siinated im the westettly part of tile city oi
Pr."v:dm'nl,u.' i rih- ', i. 'i 'i --'.Ji of S sekell street,
-j--i-..- O RHl S l .. .At ..1 .- --il.y h-
nece.sarv to pay said tium of severily-five dollars-
and thirty ea i lt cenis end incidental cha., r t-. h
petition is read, received and referred to lr rti .ci
day if MAlrchi ntnex, at nneo'clock, A M for con-
deralion; and it is otinred iat notice thereof bt
published accuidin u i r., i.- 11.1. wieks in tilt
tManulfactu'resaid ethF -;- h i n i.ii.'
t11 3U8a*T A SG.AREENE. Clerk.
Municipeil Court ofthe Civ of Providence,
February 16th, I836.
EQEST in writing, ma- n amde by -Mary 0
S afrce, wscidicow ot Johnt Peire; late.ifPronvdence,
deceased, intestate, that David Barton of said Provi-
dence, may be appouied. Adnministrmiurnon' the es-
tate of aid deevsed:-a in tiheslime is read. heceiv-
ed, and relerrd to the first 'tn y of i arch next, at
lnine oi'cloci, A'M. for considetionm: and it is o-h
dered thati nlica thierehif be putblitud three times in
the P-rovidelice Journal.
122 A G GREENE, Clerk.
Munictpil Court of thfe City of Providence-
Febrnmary leth, 1-8:S6.
Vh AN, Jr. ec tors of the las ill and Tes-
t ,toient 0I D".et Shieldotn, ht m of Providetnce, dtie-
ceased,proesn t their account ih.i tliue atle oa said
deceased, foralliwance; and the saine s read, receiv-
ed, and referred to tihe first day of MAlarch next, at
nine 'clock, AM f.r consideration; and it isordeied
tiat notice thereof be published mree times in the
Providence. J ourmal.
f22 I en A G GREENE, Clerk
Clerk's Office, Court of Probaie, Johnsion, Febru-
ary 2011, 136. .
A LL persons interested in mute estate of Benjamin
Kimball, Esq. deceased, are informed tniat Ar
thurM loKimbihll, Administrator. lias petition d tnis
Court foranthoriiy to sell Real Estate for the pav-
ment .f demands against said estate, which the
personal property has been found insufficientt to dis-
charge, which petition is continued to the 12th day
of March next. Au-pin u ..it.' Ii '.1 can attend
at the Probate office '. iliji, .J .- .1 ie heard in
the premises. By (or-icr.
f22 MrT3t SAMUErL .WKlNG, P Clerk.
Clerk'sOffice. Court of Probatn, Jo'niistn, 'ebu:
ary 23h.1 A D S6, t
LL persons intereed in ihe nf-, h it-'n V
o" rLEi, deceased, are inform .1 irn m Zir .i pi..i
ter, Esq. Administrator, his petitioned tia Court,
for authirunr I...t -- i c.riJ :i..I.- ey v eal Estate fr the
.1 .iii .A. 'An u i.-li i l io. 1 i u -. frcci the
persona. property has t.. -.. .... iir.. to dis-
charge, which petition :mi..id-' ..i. m. -...I.- I.'I t r12 h
day of March next. A.., per .n .a '1r1..ut if
attend at the Probate Office on that day, at 2 o'clock
Sr m, and be heard in thr premises. By order.
S124 MT3t SA.I'L W KING, Clerk.
PRovaireNCE. sc.-Cleik's Office, Supie lne Judicial
L'.,,n.u Ii .:1. A D n"
W HEREAS A Lm F.7ERBB....K -f Johnston,
i in *-d.J Co..unsi, -l- u Irim Irrjninerbrooksof
said Johnston, tiariner. now.in parts unknown, has
filed her Petition in this office, praying for reasons
therein stated, that a decree' ay be passed dissolv-
ing the bonds niar nage'nuav subsisting between
her and the said Martin. Notice s therefore here-
by given to the said!Martin, to appear, if he slall
.see finouu thi.nhrd Molnday of flaich next; before
said Court, then to Sant cause if any lie hath, shy
the prayer of said Petition ouizaht nutuut 1 lie granted.
J28 6T* JOHN S HARRIS. Clerk.
Clerk's Office, Supreme Judicial Court, County of
Bristol, January 18th, A D 1836.
W HERIEAS, MARY FAULKNER. of Warren, in the
aforesaid county of Bristol, wife of John
Faulkner, of Fenner, in the Slate of New York. has
lodged in .this office, her Petition prayinrig, for the
reasons therein set forth, that the bolids of Marri-
mony subsisting between her and hier said husband,
niay be duissc'-..'.i.. i ry iz ti i it- ,. Ii to the
said John Faiiit.,:', itlf ih c. i. '. I ;I-..u pelition,
thatlie nmay *itii i4 h .: ruuj L..n, the Si-
preme Judicial Court, at their term, to beholden on
thie second Monday of Mirclhi next, ensuing thie date
hereof, to shew cause iwhy tie prayerof said petition
may ,ot b egrantted.
OTICE--The undersignedrhaving been'appointcd
1"by thle -on Suprme JudieMat Caiourt at.heir
Septermbir term. A 1D 1835, held within and for the
SCountyof Providence, Assignee to CEarles F SEArle
of Providence. to wh-n has bo en gra nted the bene
fit of the Insolvent act o. this State, hereby gDves
notice thatI six months from January 31, 1S.36, art
allowed by said Cuitn for til creditors o f said insol-
vent to exhibit and prove their respective Claimn
against huro or ahey will bepreiueed froni any divi
dead out of his estate.
f25 MT3t GEORGE L BARNES, Assignee.
Nru 19 Mare/t Street.
T HE subscriber i- I'. .S .a .-i iurms the citizens
Seof Providenche I t ,......m iihab e bins faiin,
'thIe ndenery formerly occupied by iun is Doyle,
where he will be hapy to execute prhersifor Ac
coumit Booms oftev.i-ydesnriplimuri. Particular atten
tion w~llla paid to RpaiiDeKS. lPap--n ruled. to aims
paItem. .
WANi iD-Ae Boy rnout 15 years of age, as sar

EU'AACHINEIRY FOl R SALE-The subscribers
new Spinnin, Frames, c up n the do id spindle prin-

aell made aend wilu hAersold o ,
Fall River, mlth', mrmii 9th. 1ia3 e tso Mn
--' rnimbr hle inches squareL and wsix inches bi

delivered at thin Powder Mull Bridge. in Cenrevalhe.
on thin Pubs'der Mtll Turntite. Any perami wishing
to rebuild sama bridge and furnishA the mTaterials, ll
call on DEXTER THURBER, Prov idence.

claims before lim rst ofAi'I i 1.1l wlier of the
dsubscribers. DAVIS i 'ns!; i /
Cumberlannl, Feb 22 1836 MTtA
T-HE subscriber offers lor sale, a hmrge qualmnllv ol
.Cedar of the best qunalty, suitable for Gardemi
PostsFuncesShngles,&c. Buyers may beieconm-
modated with any quantity by leaving their orders
with the subscriber, tn Seekonk.
Seeakonk, February 23,1636 raurr
'I 1'ACHINERY FOR SALE-The Walcott Mfl
iLL Co. lisungahiout to substitute Mules for Soini
ning lnuramnes on account if power, oth r for sale, 12
Spunn-ng frames, each 6.- spindles, two Spinning
Fnramlies of 73 spindles each, and one of 96 spindles,
tiltof which are now imn mieralion, and may be de-
livered on or after lilth March next. Also. oni
Drawing Frnaise, but little worn and two old Mles.n
The above Machintry may he examined by calling
f li Ifinnui e E,'QV. WALCOTT, Treasurer-.

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From tne Daily J,,i'nal,'il Friday.
The Mail of last evening brought the Message
of the President in relation to our affairs with
France, delivered to the Senate on Monday, (the
[louse not being in session) togeliher with the
Correspondence which has lately taken place
between the Government of Great -Britain and
that of the United States, relative to the media-
tion ; also the remarks of Mr. Clay, delivered
before the Senate ;-the whole of which we pub-
lish below,.to the exclusion of almost every thing
else. We have only time to congratulate our
readers oi this event, and hope that peace, so
important to the commercial interests of this
country, will continue. to be uninterrupted.
Fromtnthe Natirnal luteiligenic r, F'eb. 23.
SYesterday, the folhiwinei highly interesting
Message, with the accompanying Docmiments,
[was trdninriitted to tie President of thie United
SStates to Congress: -
To the Senate anid iaouse of Rep'esemtatives:
I1 transmit, herewith, to Congress, copies of
ito correspondence between the Secretary of
State and ihe Charge d'Affaires of His Britannic
Majesty, itunaive to the miediation of Great Brit-
ain un our disagreement w eith France, and to the
determination ofthe French Government o sex-
-ecute the Treaty ofindemnificatiori, without tur-
thier delay, n the application for payment by the
agent oh thue United States.
The grounds upon which the mediation was
accepted, will be found fully developed in the
coriespondgnce. On the part ofFrance the me-
diation had been publicly accepted before the
offer of it could be received heres. Whilst each
ofthe two G'ivernmenits has thus discovered a
just solicitude to resort to all honorable meansa
'of adjusting amicably the controversy between
theru, it is a matter of congratulation that the
mediation has been rendered unnecessary. Un-
der such circumstances, the anticipation may be
confidently indulged that the disagreement be-
tween thie United States and France will not
have produced more than a temporrary estratige-
nerit. Tlhe healing effects of lunie, ajust consid
eration of llie powerful motives fora cordial good
understanding between lte two Nations, the
strong inducements each has to respect and es-
teem the he er, will no doubt soon obliterate
from their remembrance all traces of that disa-
Of the elevated and disinterested part the Gov-
ernment oh Great Britain has acted, and was pre-
pared to act, I have already had occasion to
express my high sense. Universal respect, and
the consciousness of nerit-ring il, are wilh Gov-
ernments as with men, the just rewards of those
who faithfully exert their power to preserve
peace, restore hianrmony, and pel petuafe good.
will. /
I may be permitted, I trust, at this time, with-
out a suspicion o thie nuist remote desire to throw
oft censure from the Executive, or to point it to
any other Department or branch of the Govern-
ment, to refer to the want ofeffective preparation
in which our country was tound at the late crisis
Frmiin, the nature of our institutions, the move-
muents of the Government in preparation for hos-
tilities must ever be too slow fur the exigencies
of unexpected war. I submit it then to you,
Whether the first duty we nwe to the People who
fare confided to us their power, is not to phla-e
our country in such an attitude as always to be
so amply supplied with the means of sell-defence
as to afford no inducement to other nations to
presume upon our forbearance, oi to expect im-
portant advantages from a sudden assault, either
upon our commerce,our sea coast.or our interior
frontier. In case of the commencement of hos-
tilities during the 'recess.0 of Congress, the time
inevitably elapsing before that body could be
called together, even under the most favorable
circumstances, would be pregnant with danger,
and, if we escaped without signal disaster or na
tional dishonor, the hazard of both unnecessarily
incurred, could not fail to excite a feeling oh
deep reproach. I earnestly recommend to you,
therefore, to make such provisions, that in no
future time shall we be found without ample
means to repel aggression, even although it may
come upon us without a note of warning. We
are now, fortunately, so situated, that the expen-
diture for this purpose will not be fell; and, if it
were, it would be approved.by those from whom
all its means are derived, and for whose benefit
only it should be used with a liberal economy and
an enlightened forecast.
In behalf of these suggestions, 1 cannot for-
bear repeating the wise precepts of one whose
counsels cannot be forgotten: 'The United
"States ought not to indulge a persuiasion that,
contrary t thie order of human events, there
wil forever keep at a distance those painful
appeals to arms, wili which tha r history of eve-
ry other nation abounds. There is a runnk duet
Sto the United States among nations, which will
Ube withheld, if not absolutely lost, by the repti-
"taion of weakness. 11 we desire to evoid in-
Ssuit, w iut be t be ablei to, repels it. If we desire
to secure peace, one of tle most powerful in-
srnmments of our rising prosperity, it must be
"known that wie are, at all times, ready fn r wan."
Febt. 22d, 1836. ANDREW JACKSON.

WASHINGTON, JAN. 27, 1836.
The undersigned, His, Britannic Maojesty's
Charge d'Affairs, has been instructed to smate,
tn Mr, Forsytin, thet Secretary of Slate of the
United States, that thie British Government has
witnessed with the i greatest, painu and regret the
progress of the misunderstanding which has
lhtely grown oupt between the Governments nf
France and of the United Stntes. The first ob-
jict of thie undeviating policy oflthe British Cab-
inete has been to maintain ouniinterrupted thie re-
lations of peace between Great Britain and the
other nations of the world,, without any aban-
doinment of nalirnal h interests, an d without any
saurifice- of national honor Thne next oject Io
which their anxious and unremitting exertiont
have been directed, has enti by an utppopriate
exercise of the good offices and moral influence
'of Great Britain, to heal dissensions which Gtay

which Great Britain is so desirous at aecuriti Ionr

The othead efforts of His Majesty's Govern-
ment have hitherto been fortunately successful
in the accomplishment of both these ends; aid

ed through a crisis tif extraordinary icezard ivim-
urut aoiy disturbance of ime gsner'id peace, His
isajesty's Governunemin huts the satisfaction oh

afnd in cementing unions between friendly Pow-

lut fever there could be ant occasion on wihuich

two great Powers, with botlu of which Great


required to cut the knot which reason is unable itgs, as well as in every stage ol these difitcult the 27th uf lasl nonth, his the honor to inform
to untie, lies with France it is confidently believed Ih t Mr. Forsyth, Secreary of Site of the United
When passions have been so excited on both the course of tlie United States, when duly.con- Stales, that he has been instructed by his Govern-
sides that no comnrnon standard of justice can be siderrd by other Governinments and the world, ent to slate that, the liiish Go-vernment has
found, and what one party insists on as a right will be found to have been marked, .nt only by received a communicialin from that of Firanee.
the otherr denounces as a wrong, prejudice may a pabific disposition, but by a spirit, of forbear- which flfils Ilie wishes ihat ripelled His Britan-
become too head astrng to yield to tle voice of ance and conciliation. i' ic in-ajstv to offer his medialinn for the pur
equity; and those who o can agree on nothliin,, rise For a fiurlher illusttation of this point, as well pose ol effectinqtin atoicahle adjusltient rf ihe
inmay consent to abide the fate of arms, and to al. as for the purpose oat presenting a lucid view of oitferences between France asd the United States.
low that the party whinia shall prove the weakest the whole subject, the undersigned has the honor thie French Governmrent has stated to that of
in the war shall be deemed to have been wrong to transmit to Mr. Bankhead copies of all that His Majesty, that lthe frank and honorable man-
in thie dispute. ., part of the message .f December 7 1835, which ner in which the President has, 'in his recent
But in the present case there is no question of relates to it, and o f. the co'rresapndence referred message, expressed himself with' regard to the
national interest at issuebetween Prance and the to'theein. and also copies ol the message, and ntint of difference between the Government of
United States In thei present ease there is' no accompanying documents, oat the 15th of Janu- France and Ihe United States, has removed thoie
demand ofjustice made by one party, and denied ary, 1636, and of another message ol the ]yih of difficulties upon the., score of national- honoi,
by the other. The disputed claims uf Americ thlie same nitnili, transmitting a report of the which have hitherto stood in the way of the
on France,e which. were founded upon transac. Secretary of State, and certain documents con- prompt lixecution by France of the treaty of the
tions in the early part of the present cenitury,and nected with the subject. 41h July, 1831,and that.conseqnently, ihe Frenchi
were for iqany years in litigatrini, have at length These papers, while they bring down the his- Government is now ready to pay the installment
,been established by mutual consent, and are ad- story of the misonderstenling between the United which is due on account oi thie Aineriean indem-
imitled by a treaty concluded, between the two States and Frence to the present date, will also nity, whenever the p payment of that installment
Governments. The money due by France has remove an erroneous impression which appears shall be claimed by tIe Government of the Uni.
been provided by the Chambers, tiud has been ."e entlr-i ,ined by Ili- Ilritiannic Majesty's led Stales,.
placed at the disposal ofthe French G,.~-.vnm,-ni G,.v.-ran.mnr!. It ,.- .siLyr in Mr. Bankiht-d's The 'rj-n.h :G.. r.ij.i. on has also stated that
lar the purpose of being paid te ltir Uin,Id ni- istnt ilihP:r i, nuo qm -si..i of national inter- itnit(d te llii. .,i-riu....' i,..'. to that of Greit Bri.
States. est at issiue between France and the United lain.I.I r I rgi;.i..- -ih- Bfritish Governme'ntns a
S But questions have arisen between the two Statens, and that there is no demand of justice hformial mediator, since its offer r of mediation haid
Governments, in the progress of those tiansac- inade by tilhe one party,, and denied by lie other. lien reached only the Government of France, by
tioins, affecting, on botlh sides, the. feelings of na- This suggestion appears to be founded on tihe which it had been accepted; but looking upon
tional honor; and it is on this ground that the fiats hat'ththe claims otf the Unilon States haver the British Government as a common friend al
relations between the parties have heen ior the been admitted Iy a treaty concluded between, the the ttwi'parlies, and, therefore, as a natural chan-
'moment suspended, and are in danger of being two Governments, and that the money duo> by nel of communication between them.n
more seriously interrupted. France has been provided by the Chambeis, and Th- undersigned is further instrttnuated to ex-
In this state of things,.the British Governmient placed at the disposal of the French Government press thie sincere pleasure which is felt by the
is led to think that the good offices of a third for the purpose ol'being paid to the United'States. British Government at the prospect thus afford.
Power, equally the friend of France and of the But it is to be observed that the payment of the ed of an amicable termirtatin of ,a difference
United States, and prompted' by considerations money thus appropriated is reInsed by the French which has' produced a temporary estrangement
of the highest order, most earnestly to wish for Government unless the United Sta es will first between two nations who have so many inter.
the continuance of peace, might be useful in re. comply with a condition not cogluined in the ests in common, and who are so entitled ton he
storing a good understanding between the two treaty, and not assented to by tnenm This refu- friendship and esteem aof each other ; and thin
parties, on a footing consistent'with their nicest sa! to male payment is, in the vitw ofihel Uni- undersigned has also to assnrit Mr. Forsyth that
lfelitigs of national honor in both. lted States, a denial of justice, and lita nt onriy it has affirded the Britishi Government the mosi
Thie undersigned las, therefore,been instructed been aceompamned by aels and language of which lively salisfaclion to have beet), iupin this occa
by His Majesty's Governmentformally to tender they have great reason to complain, but the de, sion,the channel f a communicati' n which liey
to Ihe Government ofthe United States the me- lay of payment is highly injurious to those Am- trust will lead ti the cornalele restoraill"n Ir
diation of Great Britain for the setthlotient of.lhe erican citizens who, ae entitled to share in the friendly relations between Ihe Uniten States aind
differences between the Uuitiud States and France iindemnification provided by thie treaty, and to France.
and to say that a tile, precisely similar to the the interests of the Unite'd States, inasulniich as The undersigned has great pleasure in renew.
present, has been delivered to the French Gov- the reduction of the. duties levied on French ing to, NIr Fors lth the assurance of'his most dis.
ernmient by His Majesty's ainbassadir at Paris. wines, i.n pltrsaance ol that treaty, has diminish- tinguished considematimion.
The tiidersigned has,; at tlie same time,, to,x-. ed Ihe public revenue, and lias been, and yet is, Cli HARLES BANKHEAD.
press thie confident hope of His Majesty's Govy- enjoyed by France, with all the othler,benefils of The Hon. Jona FoasY-rT, &c. &c.
ernment, that if the two parties would agree to the treaty, without the consideration and eqniv-
refer to the British Government the settleiuent'o alenta for which they were granted But there DEPARTMENT Or STATE,
the point it issue between them, and to abide by. are other national interests, and, in thle judgment WfVasliiingo, Fnbruarui ti, l.S36
the opinion which that Government niilht., after of .this Government, national' interests oif lihe The undersigned, Secretary of State of thei
due consideration, communicate to the itv6 par- highest order. involved in the condition prescrih- Uniied States, has had thel hnnor to receive Mr
ties thereupon, means might be found of satisfy- ed and insisted on by France, which it has been, Bankhead's note of the 15th instant. in which he
ing the. honor of ea.h, without incurring, those by the President, made the duty of the undersian- states, bvy te inslroclions of his Government,
great and manifold evils which a.rnpture between ad to bring distinctly into view. That condialtion that tie British rimvernment have received I corn-
two such Powers must inevitably entail Upon proceeds on the assumption that a itreigni Pow. municalion Irii, that if Frnce, whiich fulfils the
both. er, whose acts are spoken of by the President of wishes lhat impelled His Britannic Majesty t.'
The undersigned has the honor to renew to Mr the United States in a message to Congress, offer his mediation for the purpose ol efftcling
Forsyth the assurance of his must distinguished transinilted in obedience to his constitutional an anitucble adjiustilent of tihe differences be:
consideration. duties, and which deems itself aggrieved by the teen France and the United States; that the
CHARLES BANKHEAD. language thus held by him, tmay, as a uniller of French Government, being! satisfied with the
rihil, require from the Govern'neat of .the Unit- frank and honorable manner in which the Presi-
DmIPARlTENT'OF STATE-, ed Slates a directofficial explanation of such Ian- dent has, in his recent message. expressed hiiim-
Iashingtotn, eh. 3, 1836. gruage, to be given in such form, arid expressed self' in eard to thie pints ot difference between
The undersigned, Secretary of State of lhe in such such terms, as shall meet thle require- the two Governments, is ready to pay the instal-
United States, has had the honor to receive the iments and satisfy the feelings of.the offended nent'due on account of ihe American indemni-
nite of the 27th ultiino, of Mr. Charles Bank- party, and may, in defafflt of such explanation, i y, whenever it shall be claimed by the Govern-
head, His Britannic Majesty's Charge d'Affaires, annul or suspend a solenin treaty, duly executed moont f tlle'United Slatles, and that this cuominu-
offering to tihe Government ol' the Uiited Sitates by its constitutional organ. Whatever may be nication is made to the Govetnment of Great
lie mediation oif His Britannic Majesty's Govern. the responsibility of those nations whose Execu- Brietin not .a a formal mediator, but as a chbn-
mint for the setlllement of the differences unliatp- tives possess the power of declaring war, and of h)on friend of loth parties.
pily existing between the United States andi adopting other coercive remedies, without the The ..... i. -...d ihas submitted this note of
France. That communication having been sn.- intervention of the legislativedeparli-enti, for the HisH rii ........ I j s Charged'Affaires to the
milted to the President. and considered with all 'language held by the Executive in addressing lPresident, and is instructed .to reply that their
the care belonging to tlie importance of tim' sub. that department, it is obvious that, under the President has received this information wilh the
ject, and the source from which it eumanaled, the. Constitution of- the United Stiites, which gives higihet satisfaction-a 'salisfrction is sinuere ias
undersigned has been instructed to assure Mr. to the Executive no such powers, but vests tliem was his retret at thi unexpected occurrence of
Bankhead that the disinterested and honorable exclusively in the Legislature, whilst, at the hie diffiulty created by the erroneous impress-
motives which hae dictated tlle proposal are ful- a'ame time, it imposes on the Executive thie duty ions heret.,fore made upon the national sensibili-
ly appreciated. .lThie pacific policy of His Brit- of laying before the Legislature th(lie state of the ty o' France.
annic Majesty's Cabinet, and their efforts to heal nation, with such recommendations as lie tmay B tie fulfilment ofthe obligations of ie conn
dissensions arising among nations, are worthy of deem proper, no such responsibility can be ad. mention between te two Governb ents, he great
the character and crumtianding influence of mitted without impairing that freedom of inter- nuse nodifferenrce will be removed, and the Pre
Great Bitain ; and 1e soucess hse effort is cninnlicalieon which is essntal tiohe sys.lem, silent anticipates that the benevlent and mou-
as hun,rable to thie Governneuot by whose instiu- arnd witlouat surrendering, in Ithis imporant par- e alowids tv Ha ri taon mu-ia Mjiestv's Ga .
mentality it was secured as it his been belieficial ticulir, the right of self government. In ace,,rd- n tirins is h lisit icMjest'sG
to the parties more inmtedately interested, au ind neon within this view tof ne Federal Censtitution sn ll Ines.ent helveehe tep h
rarv estrangement between th twoBnoitilens, who
to the world at large. has been the- practice under it. The sltentts h a v 'tii s nperests. will no dubt
The sentiments upon whichli this policy is arid recommendations of the President to Coin- rhaesoned "v thie restnrintion ot their ancient
founded, and which are so forcibly displayed in gress, are rewarded by this Governiient as apart te o trinu 1 hvlip toai o nii f e n
the offer that has been made. are deeply irn- of the purely domestic consultations held by ils Thies Preident h'is iniher instructed ile n-
pressed upon the mind oflhd President. 'They difltren't departmnents-consulatilns in. which neris tied xB e s
are congenial wilh thie jisilutions and prim.i-. nothing is addressed to foreign Powers, and in Gov rnment isensibil;ly a the anxious desire
ples, as well as the i.leroess and, habits, of thile which they cannot be permitted to interfere, and. itGov er has disp aed s s lervt the uln,tns peace
People of the United Stales, and it has been for whic-i, until consummated and carried out b stween tile. United Stiabs and France. ,nd ihe
the constant aim of their Governriment, in its by acts emanating froum the proper conslitutio.ial exer s was prp.ed I n k m o effi'cluate
c wnduct toards oIthlier Powers, to observe ad ortyTigans, the nation is not responsible. irtfd the ethat objet, s,-e.eienitiil to 'lie pors-perilv .a.d
illustrate then. Cordially approving the gene. Government not liable to accounttoolher States. thm object, s e enti w l ,it ihe wonsrity, arId.
ral views of His Britannic Majesty's Govern. It will be seen,from the acconmpanyint corres. Ic tigenit ,l,,o thles I the Laint Hin. Ms.in
ment, the President regards with pectulir satit. pondence, that when the condition referred ton tp Lenevinn thl n e is ij a-
Iaction the enlightened and disinterested solici. was first proposed in the Chamber of Deputies, ty Governnen tre cniscioistess of tlm ule
tude manifestedhv'y it, fir the welfare of the na. the insuperable objections to it were fully coam vated motives which have governed its conduct.
tions to whom its good offices are now rendered, municated by the American minister at Palls to and to the universal respect which most be se-
and has seen -with great sensibility, in the exhi. the French Government, and that lie distinctly cured to it. the President is sat-flld that no ex-
biuon of that feeling, the recognition of that informed it th:.t the condition, if prescribeacould can ha pr, howtelv used, o his oinld add tons
community of interests and those ties of kindred never be complied with. Tnlhe views expressed can te aona't Aff ed, Hs Mciel tu v
by which tie United States and Great Britain by him were approved ty the President.and have i gratitca innAErd t His Majesty's Gnv-
are united. been since twice asserted tndenforceid by im in ernment at being hine channel of cniinii al'iMn
Jfcircumnstances did not render it .certain, it his mes.sares to Congress, in terms eprop,,rtlined, to preserve peace, and restore gonod-will between
cdiffering natioGns. etch ouf hrimun is its-frietd
would have been obvious, from he language of in their explicitness and solemnity, to the con- turnede natidnse eaeh of whom is is friend
Mr. Bankhead's note to the undersigned, that eviction he entertains of the importance anid invi- to re new t Mr. Bantheaid lie easura o of hisi
the Gove 3 nument of His Britannic Majesty, whhen olabilhty of the principle involved. cmns in
the insriuclions under ,ihci it waa prepared The i United States cannot yield this principle, JOHN FORSYTH.
were given, could riot have been apprized of all nor* can they do, or consent to, any nevasure by CrDitm t.:Sr BAprpHEAD, Esq. &c. &c &c.
ite steps taken in lie controversy between Ihe which its inmfluenie tin the action of theipor plit i- A _
United States atnd France. It was necessarily cul syslem.can be obstructed or diminished. Un- fon the SENATE (the HousE ora: REPRSae.rNTA-
ignoirant of the tenor 'of' the two recent mens- der these circumstances, the Presiden't feels hIthat 'ruvs not being ,in session io receive thie Mes-
sages of tle- President to C.ongress-the firs, i he may rely t lthe intelligence aind liberality of s-g) tin abotv Message aid Documents were
communicated it the commencement of tie ipre. His Britannic Majesty's Government fr it car- received and, having been read- .
sent session, under dale of l 7th of Deeeuer. rect esliimation of thie i peraive obigal one s IA CF rose i t oios e It i proper disposition
ISh:5, and the second under that of, the 15th of hvi ic, leave, him no power lo sbnticti this point eofthel es:. Oiion Ioing s re whait woum lui
January, 1836. Could hiese docuhienis have ti flit coiirol rf any, foreign State.r wli ever may the s ii t aplpr.,rlile in a(-areeahe l the Steieie.n
been within thle knowledge (i'f His Brilannice be his confidenrcein its justice ant p hipirtiulitay -. i i.lhno hi- subititied, o ny ornti, hi hieopnd ItI
Majesty's Government,' the President dan nl a eilfidence which b e. has aent does not d hi pleasure in in. would h allowed tou .. t he alise iii, r
doubt that it would have heemm fully satisfied that struie ing thi uie'n ersignr- to suite is tull r'posi ed ,un' inwa c "ntaintio,a y i menir ol.thre Senale,
the dispositio n of the United Sastes, notwiith- by hi t mi the Goiiiveni et of H-IlBritanni Mle whch rthenasywiml ll) aerhninaia o mo ed.rA unh l
standing their Well-grtou ended and serious causes jecsty, rl ino ntvVllirs I rusidcn ly prou t nedins or t ,e i
ofen copmiitt against France, 4to restore friendly So great, however, is the desire of tie' Presi- prloi aiwtency which tle SIlinite had exn'ercisd i n
rela'on a. d ,t a go ,ndelt br Ihe rest~rati~nofrod udersa as "d' brmn ..in about this auspicious resunh. 11' (said Mi
relationsfand cultivtte a good utundersnta dirng dent trthirnd restormition .ta good unkheradthsiring- biCLAY in" abufiuf cthis atnthere nelast.se s sio i flu
with the G overnmem t of that country, was undi. ithit tie Goverinment d of n rau, ce, roid it e Sena hid 'in. a ate h t n | sh, n, ,
finished, ind that all hrd already bmndone t he o ce of a i call uniimrlns vo to, rdicranid its conviction ti ho ler
i shed rid isalt huld ialeady e enm done. r. be effelet ornem croieompatible hWthi thp honor sal mtio 'nt rwham ineviwas unecessaIonit reysentt t e
their part that could in reason u be expected of uttr imep enden*e thi Uaninbe Slths d.ht iftr, m aii sr respect o va t w i it oe udei
"em.b to. c .n. in t. r fu .. pr a c"r, t I and independence ofthe United Stales, t ha if, f rea nh relainms al t atl t min, alditd ilevhad len
tueun, to te uromu theaithre ulte. Th fe. first of these fi er 'ia vowl of h is senlients upoiti lhe lheuslv.s ttlu ile pur posns aoil lhe Prusldent to pant.
docunenta, althoughi it gave sich a history. tf l a law au'i orizing reprisals mupin Fr'ni-li propeiry--
ihe origin anid progress of th claims i nt last re n rd to, and hie expallct reserve tocumnr d Csn' a mlan d..inht i i inth vr, sthe a it
United Staes, and of the proceedings a France of that point. the Goverfmnnot It"s Briatnic t raine ol hn,,rd o woanoild dim be hai, Wabevent.e a,
before and since t i treaty of 131, as to viudi- e ajesy lstall believe that its nmedialioncan be ,ridlu gventd h.r',ie tios Or ilie Serntg hle p wieile
eats the statements and recommernlatiois of th n "sel'ul in adjusting lthe dilerences which exist to the uueonstutonaUre ppropriahion of uem iehe,
mesaie of the ha Dc..mer 84 yt.. between thie two countries, and in restoring all lins dollars, irrespoinsivbly piop,.i-ed rt tie i'i r.
uhey ftoacarimmue hnoffensi vi e mitertire n nctte nputd s their relations tipa fi iendly ootig, le iostructs cmrse ofh mim t sIis'sou without any ore, anteilatnu
upon it by thie Goveronemit of France aund the rtudes i ned tn- i, fnrhead thafr fr Baurn o thiu n fat moofil est im itber nt esluse iro a-pit
whpie it insisted on an sck" il tcdged rights 01 such caine Ihe offer o mediation mad i his itte heofpa Che, ine at oud ......l .. ;,i. iI the ,.nimiy 1
the United States, and the obligations of the iscefo.hy cPeetep a mnos unnecessary ivan? L
treaty, anid maintained the honor and independ. Tie Unitel States desire nothing but equal I will not continuedd MIrI C l.p altnpt titli diut!in
ence of tme American Governmiet evinced an and exact justice ; tad they cannot but hope isil the nrahlficat on wvlhMt all must fiel ironi thin
anxious desire to.do all that conslutsionsl duty that tlie god of-ee ofA third Power, ,dly iarotns a c reonsns h t ,,
and strict justice would permit, to removne every to both parties, and prompted by then elevated' t vo G ovni'lnls, hnve tnaei ctiiie niied ol moltl
cause of irritation and excitement. The special considerations manilesled in Mr. Bankneadn's sides; io mu on all miiesi Isall o detain hllrn , message of lhe 15ti of January last, being niote, may prouimote the attaium'ent t1f tihts end. It mau nou. however r, bire \lhoi is liiitre use. ii
called for by thi extraordinary and inadtiissible Influenced by' these motives, thie Pmesident will aldvet-i. f r a iomenit t, to Ihe ehluel ,,bsinlan whicr
demands of the Governmenti of France, as tIe- codrially co-optterate, so far as his constitulionual Ttirthissrtel d the it re1un tn n1ttliiie d'reii'.-th
fined in the last official communication at ParisT P.owars itay enable hiui, in such steps as may be Thuft P h a oet.n the ssirun o h Uiteid s'i ph, cha't
and by the continued refusal of France to cxe- requisite, on thie partfof tiue U. States, to give ef- ii lime Const lulii .itiih uuinila nu mur untli-
cule a treinly, Irom the laithiful performance of lent to thie proposed mediation. He trusts thit course wviti all lrlo.t-m nations. sen sai public ntis-
which ty the Uniled Statis it ivs Iranquillv en, nn unneueesasry delay will be allowed to occur, suanetn Corgn',iss, publicly le d in ihe' presence mm
joying iirtportant advantages, it becarn- the'duty a'nd instruets the undersigned io request that 'the aull "h 'd ploulanc iortls assemblled it WlVashiiiton,
of the President to recommend such measures r s earliest in fornrntion of tlhie uenasus t'ken by nd gt vei ti thie v Itoh,-iorld thu 'rnh the pnmhm;
might be adapted to thie exigencies .f thei odcs- Great Britain, and of their result, may he con s,' teinms h-o nor in as hiess anio g tlu t tl't i a
sitna. Unwilling to believe that a nation distin mi nicated tI this Governi tent. used t lwI'dtil scll lniuvrmr rlh] insive th i[an nt,,u

,determined permanently to mnairphaain a ground tmi reuns'led 1to0 ,. Bsm.kheuthtin l psrura nces o ,his u,'it pritpnile; bule ht if' it lie .it, mill nsli !,. ugn
so indefensible, and anxious still to leave op.n distin guishmed conmsidematon. lrnm ti chinn si. ltr li' oslhciIuid 'thit lug,
the door of reconciliation, the President content. JOHN FORSYTH. ai in ,nirnnsmutu-n s. All n'isi .Ihe tidi:', hu:n>'mu
ed himself with proposing to Cumogress hlie mild- CnrytI.ris BAvNclHEAI), Esq. -chmrorils; an., con9a-iuyni lt, .1' 'i -
est of the reiiedies given by the law and prac. Chiuzrac d'ifuires o' His Britannic .Majesty. r.'' .t oflrani.inm; irn addnrssiui: the C ,Ii.''l ,. .. ,r ii'
tice of nations, in connexion with such Droosi- -- ,,'-. oh Gr at h'ilamur in addrctsini P[n airinficn.

Winich, from the pestilential chain,
Of fiul intemperaice, gladly free,,
-Will spread an urinal, free Iromn staip,
To all the nations,'ld jtothee,

tions for defence as were evidently required by v WASHINGTON, Feb. 15. 183. suoiiuld chnrmg. I- iUniled i';tits wNh Ihad faith, Ini
the condition of the United- State and the atl. Th e undersigned His ritan nic MInjesly' i eh ii i e nln' tl.'es, a d sol, in
TeudrgeM Bianaejsy plu,.ic i'U yid em n',esut eundia vors ti selhe tu l a itr'o-
tude assumed by France. In all these proceed. -Charge d'Affaires', with rtherc'ncc to.his nioteW, lit' y,' threaten an appeal to force, 'the Uuiletl States

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o b." ouino to subln UI ttitheistlt 'd liidlddign
I, w ihoiit c .,,.i, ,n. ie nl r.ir..i --ir'l .' hll-
aut the poor ,in : ..1 ..1i 1n i n l %lL n i'. % laii -
Bua let us test the theory and fthe practice tindeY'
,hii- principie during the presen t ad ui stririi'on.i '
Great praise would be due, if it be ileiitetld for
iirding our domestic cnccrns angislt all foreign
interfertiriee or intetinadliing. But wwhat etoursre
vas pursu:dl on the nemorabile colimnial q sit'.ti. .
A lite Secretary of S ate, in giving instructions' t
he Minister of the.Uniied States at thet Couft atO
'reat Britani, aiiho:ized him tosiy that lile Got-
urn Ient ot iie United S ates-that iS to say. a 'tre-
ceding Adminisrrition-hbad insisted 't, o hlontliponi
;I particular pretension, and that it had bieen eon-
lernned by'ile people of hsUnited Stites. TJ'e iat-
tentim of Great Brttain waschnileiiged to theparts
S l 0,;h,... it, .1 quesini, had been acted by tile new
.,.,. :.. .. n, ihat is. to lthe p.r t, -i i ,:l l In
.en oy the SeScreiary of State, h,, t.- 8. r- .i t ..-
War, by thle Secretary of the'' .sI. I 1 .. S'.
etary of the Navy. and by the 3Ir.r.-t-r i,, i.:t, in,
lhe Congress of the United S' t,.: Omld t -er,
ave been iu,. ,I-i ..ii .r J i'i. 't h'ii. I 1 on o
Foreign P .-r ,- c .- 1 ,. ,. i, r l .rnr l ,:....,.trns'f
,r a nlol1. n i h.; ll. '.-. i in l h.ii cc Slon
I unded upon previous friendly services -
Arid I,' ,,i 't- i hia prctlri in, in it-,za f flr I n fi ch
he' e .-.,r L..Jirnri lr i. li i, I'I1 ''. ,piyi' d u InrU'.h
,.', ,'i,. i,, I ~"~. r.'1.0lr itn...r' n -..1 ir'i,n ihe
,,..1 i,h ,,1.-..:. ..I : ,, i o u,,r .\i. n pr-..driri:!- In
our -*. r %- -11'. 1.. [* ,.i ...r ,r, t i..t.rt'. i to ht
-snie conditions as similar ,...J .rt- ...idi't,.-b ..
roughh there from any other place ,inv.'.ir'i r io"
"Is-a privilegeassert d by the at' i. i,, 'd.I ,,
arehi, 833, for which, believe, the Sceiuaty hd,
.inist'lf voted.
But lei us test the princiilen alluded to by'thitfi has
ransaired in out inegliatintis and ciiirrespoiideniv
with France alone. Ii was violated in '830, whbil
Mr RivTEs miad, all explanation ti Prince POt.OGNAc
.f a niessaeof the tPri-siden., t< Catn''r-r whinll i
;i d ,ivern ttfience to France; and '," .i 'h. i 'h-,, H,.'
reiary ol S!ale althoughi the Prince hail beie pre-
viousliy saii-fied) pressed upon Mr Rivas I further'
iid an elaborate apology flr the offensiv-e language
,f ilie lness;ige. It was violated liy Mr LriviNCosiit
.vhen, in January of lasi year, he undertook. witlii
iu! restrictions, to expain the tIesseffe I'f Decent-
,er, 183-1: and surely it cannot be eontendi.d ihat the
a'e of ainl u a'tlholmized ex.|lanalioi i, ihiich.la-siih-
requenlly approved, is h-ss sl'ong than it i lie
ilutbh rity precedes 'he e i!l:i: alion. In. tihe fotniter'
i.stiance the dangerou- r.. ** ,- I fa tini s
elr's as-suli ing to act Il.r I ., i.-,u'. ..'r it- It wad
violated in June last, wheri the Scrirtry of'State,
with the t'ievious authority b thie Plt',sideut, il .a
coniplietiiintry letter. to Mr LiviveTiO. iipA'IJV'edI a
aeeotnd time of he explinaiiont wticl he hadil given
to Fraince. Iti 'w-' s ''iin violatted in l.. i .-, ,. ,
Decemitber lust, I., h 11. lkj -l '.i l.in._ 1 rii a' ii
very langu''ge, ci ) I; 1..... .. .... r. i.' a niadtm
the ex lanatlons ii....... ..I b L,,.. i '... i ai aiROOLIE in
h.s dispatch In l [ I I...: ..: i II i ,, i nra :n -,i tiall ", l-
though iiihecopy oF thtiit desprich waste 1 1. rir j.
rid although vMrFt'lRasvrYT, three diavs ir I iia'
fist read by him,' tran-mil,t d to Mrt i ;.v hits
fi;:al insia uct ions, wihIout saying one ',i'J i l i.i it,
hat tlie xpil-.atoiry.iangu'are of hlie ne:-sii e .,'w;
miade to cortfrt'Lii exactly i0 tlhe r tduirenittit is it Ihe
ietspalch. The message as prepared to obtain with
Francc e theinsriter of satifsaiciotiv explaitirmon, andd,
t:ilh the Peotple of ;. .. ". .tes the nirit of
:,,., .....high i, ,....i.,i ., i a I explianarion.
I, I'- ...... protested that he never would' .ptlo-
agze, and niade an apohl gy'! that whenever woula ex-
plain, and made a sat stseti ry explanation! I rejoice
lat France. minuheas llhilhk she had Uccisiunailly;
erred, had the wisdoth to recognize ;ind receive it as
such. She hat taken a false positiior, ; .. 6illl ,;
p ry menit of I d ..`d ,' ,,..'..o -i 1 il (i' 'ii l *1.1 i r -
p 1os1 ed stain, hil... i .1 .. i r ...J r '.i h1i. lh rn i "
was e fitOed. Tne best vinditnui'n oflr i her ,i{d ii 'ith,
would have been ihe paylrilit ofl ile deli; aritlwvlh1,
paid, she would have been in a it r ,'ii u.- i.i.r -t -
ed attitude for d. I,, .o. o : .,..i. i i. .. I, r lilfiili-
ed ,honor. F it H i, ilr u.. i. I -I ..d ,r ',i
vio la led ii liae te ,,t I. I,...l i ii .i ... i ... ii.i:n ..
ha been accepted. W hilst tie ,' .. i' ii ii.
le declares, make Franic. .1h i L, 1 P 0. l.ii,.tfi;. i.'
..i. .. ,, ...i.. loid the los i" t.plp e and
l l i I~il id the no i .ple sud
"ilut will n-t louigri dwell upon the painful inci-
dents ufotir late unfort naie conitrrversv,ayLet thli't-in
be observed in the general satisfactionn v which its
happy erininnhaion will dilluse throughout rtl,.: in.
-ir he .e.'.'ll' l I i I.,i 'tI.,,,,I hereafter .,; ionmt ihr
repeti I. .i.i ..al li-itr. W re have t.- apid-I.
thank Gon we have tscapled-fro'm all daingtr of
WAR with F11.eAsCE. It wouldd have bedt 1 waiir. if it
had broken out. the scandal of ai: ',r. pli. ;I .'j
and highly dl'srediliable to both ,rii.- i I r in
winch nreittr e ivil rhlbin io r inalilintiv. Ior tirr-.;
orrial nghltst nor iiatioinal indt-pendenice, 'nolr true
iloatonil oinr, vwas involved-a w ar, eot fici Ihe
miniediane cause "i as an lunlfnriiitnate nlessage, aInd
She uh l ai leit l ... .. i,......, i .J. i I.I. I. "., ll ell-
ed by t(-. viry i *.. 'ii '-i t .' w iti
nas recgrettedby ihe Set,', ,- i,, iii.1 hi'. Hi'use
oJ R.taresenlalives, and r,-.-, .'-, l..j ir 'h ole cou -
iry; and which, whiteve'rnay lihaiv been liie ,-pirit
or patriotl'ili lhich dci ted i, all viewed as rash,
int-tnIperat';l J A -- ..- i.. h 1 .. ii. ni -. ii,.- c en. '
try. T o be 1 .1 ...... i. .. al.l t..' i .I ,, n. Involve.
od in such I. .,r .i l ,'f i. t.i causa of g h rtal joy
and 'ratulaion.
Nor, ir, ought ve ever to forger the noble part
iwvh in Gr.t'i IBliti i his 'acied in this uinhappy fis-
pult. I Ioar ti h d br.k i n out beli vr' i t.. t'l i,.1
ilUir[s and F'rance, andt hod ctlii u. i ,i i ill '
hn ,'fiitr.i,i-U ral p ,Is-t un \out d liar. ', i'dl t r
nrealy to'have pr.,fitten by ii. She v .'il trv. i:.I-
rid on lie culionnrce, ti a large e.xtint, ol both
belli.er uits. airnd her marine must have bfen highly,
.nerlit.lId. Oveilookiug all these acdvanrazs, with
ridr,- i .d.. t m ,.i .iga naniruily, sie tlnder-
ed iei ,, r i l.,. i rdice an acconi iloda-
ti.-i; -ii !I -ili o... ,. the praise whti ,h the
t'r sid-nt hass o appr prialely betiovetd.
I have, sir thut one regret on this pleasing-occasion
and i.is, that we are n orallowed aiy time for re-
pose.and r,-joicing. Our gooold old Presidtt hashard-
ly terailnated the Frencht war. tefUsre he deciilares a
iew ne against the Surplus Fur d. 1 t., I,.r'-i. i,'it
he will now turn his thoughts on peace, .-r, ij Ih.t
be impossible. that his fite,-ds at least r ,i i,-h tlt,.r,.
cliersbhing is spirit andt its principles, nII I'l.hil. V, iiI
us in an i quitalIble distribution, upon the principles
-f ihe Land Bill, eofa liberal portion of that lund.-I
nissirerthem at imy lhorin.igh conviction, that, even
'for LheL purposes ofudelence and war. am investment
ofia lari parln ofthlial fund in useful improvements,
Wh cbi will admit of rapid transportation and con-
centr'atidn o! ur rile'ans and oar sir'tngth, will be
tar better and vviserthan protusely to watle it on
uill, cesSary brtlicaios.
Mr. CLAY concluded by moving to lay the
Message on the table, and to print, it.
After MIr. CLA .concluded. the Message and
Deeuinents were ordered to lie on the table, and
lte printed. And, on motion at Mr. BUCHASAIt,
5000i extra copies thereof were: ordered t, be
printed. Alter which the Senate adjourned.

SPOOR OLD JOIGE HIETSI, the hegro woman
who is said to have reached the age of one 'hin-
dred and sixty-two years on the 5th instant, died
.n Friday, 19th. She went offeasily,and witlibut
mucith struggle with death, having beetid slightly
sick a few days with a cold.

MAINE COVENTION.-A Convention of the
Whigs of the State of Maine will be holden at
Augusta on the 8th of March, for the purpose of
Iorining an electoral ticket to be supported by
the opponenisof Martin Van Buren; also a Whig
candidate fur the office ol'Governor.

Pri ihe Rtosion Mercantile Jonrnatl.
We praise tlie",-it one rescued soul,
While the past year prolonged its flight,
Turned shuddering trout thie poisonous bowl,
'e health, and liberty, and light;-
We praise thee,-ifone clouded home, -
\Where broken hears, despairing pin'd,
Beheld the Sire and H sband come,
Erect, antd in his perfect mind.
No more a weeping wife to mock, *
'Till all her hopes in anguish end-
No more the trembling child tl shock,
And sink the father in the fiend.
Still give us grace. Almighty King!
Unwavering at our posts to stand,
Titl gratehol, to thy shrine we bring
The tribute ofa ransormn'd land,

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S. FOI"lI GN ITEMS I. ,i.:,OuAGi. NATIONAti tItIruIST'rY." TWE'NTY-FOURTHI CONGRE.SS. portant dbrtiriission with the character of Minis-
Mrs. Cnplry, (fiimerily of Bstonn. the totlher, IN SENATE,-Wednesday, Feb. 23. te" tr Extrabrdlinry near that government. [Sr.
of Lorld Lyndhuirst, died on th I h ll 1 oiif Ratni, at,t PROV1ll))ENCE JoCtitRNAL. Mr. Buchanan presented a memorial from'sun- Gorostiza hilts arrived at New'York in the Mon-
,th. fi*.,..r-.f .i1i.r r i'liesltlinahble lady dry dealers in brown linens, in Philadelpitia, tezurna. .One of the Mexican papers intimates
,', *',i".,;,n.1 .'." I'i,,. s oiriety o1' her ri nrvi)i,"NC MONDAV ..FE'R. 29. 1:8M. praying that "brown linens may be placed on the that ie comes to negotiate for the sale of the
"d.i.....is t ,i on, ,1..itir, I, ,. 'ile' .I *. -!.... be santme ... ii. i. r rh respect to duty as bleached Texas to the,U. Stttes. Another denies it With
ri \ Vifir .- 'i i. ,. WHIG NOMINATI'ON. linen 'i I- ... to the Committee on Finance-. indignation.]
lTim \,'chtl]..i1,. ". "' ., itN, RIwdenitax, buoR.pI'l -T". NIFW FORTIFjCATIONS. .
If ,rn.-rly ith r, .[,,.* i''I l *i' ti.lhte at atton, D1 A N I E L WV I- BS TTE R, The ot'otsilralion of the bill making appropri- .From the New.York Courier r Enquirer.
"lia lt n maf, 11 ', rdinal" of AIAKssA'CclusETTS. tioni 10 Ct)ommennce the construction of certain Court of Common Pleas.-Before His Hohor
Phi, re' ,,,1n1i7 n Iir,,i',u'..o ,-'si,' r fiarn the foirtifirationis, and fur other purposes, was re- Judge Irving, and a Jury of Inquiry under the
beet rodt'fn France, and 50 i,,inho.it l, pounds of o Co nrCTCT'c.it.-te Whigs of this State held eslunld, statute.
'igUtr hte mnali innutiinlly. a'Convei"tion lt New Haven, on Wednesday, Mr, Bnton read a tabulhr statement of the for; In the matter of David N. Lord and Rufus L.
't.rc-iiire and Avril, the tnitori]is tisisassia liiaietints now finished; now constructing; in- Lord, against the Mayor, Aldermen arid Com-
had been guillotined at Pat ms, the 24th ihslitiht, which was very large and fully tended fly the present bill; and those intended monalty of the city of New York, for an inqtliry
Prince Taillerand has aiita n recovered from attenlded- friym all parts of the State. The warin to bt he caitlrueted hereafter, in the several) sales into, and ascertainment of, the damages slstainh-
his late inditspistiotn, a would appeklr by a re- eat enihnlbtasmu and great unanimity prevailed of trile Union-amounting in numbers to ninety- ed by them by the destruction of the store and
cent t h d t th Ki. oh 'the members, which (vng out eighteen others, for which merbhandize herein, No. 50 Exchanga Place, on
Te ut ieett f the S.. ultan Cn.. ota-. a e 'of sc e rs t heca ie o i ,u heri rhad n not been procured sufficient estimates tle morning oi the 17th December last, by blow-
The cmbmo the Sultan at Constan- sae success to the cause of our country ad nd msurveys)-als'o a statement of the expendi- inig up of the same, in order to arrest the progress
tinople and T'Vpoh would, it is thought, take ;is constitution. The following noifilnItil l tre that would be necessary for each of them ,- of' the fire; a Jury of highly intelligent citizens
p-ss-e-t'oe NA nTllis. Thol .1 lwesmttoe,.i n en A the ,. .
?N m n tt, "*0 t"" '" nl wtere submitted, to thIe Conventtiotn arti unil tol lie referred Io, and quoted the report made were sworn and empannelle d qn Monday morn-
il.( rin.W V yl.t, siilte sou.r p'l.......... r" o.. m s- dopeu hv boe.eBernard in 1821, on the naval defehce, tig).ast to hear and determine the matter, and
it. ., .., y wl to ake 'a "fioii 'h For Govenr, G o of' the country. These statements Mr, .13 assess'the damages. It appeared that Rufus L.
S.i-.'. Y6 dordero have a *fling li t For Given-nr, GIUOx.. a ,, i-,,,,,, ,.a ,1,r information oftheSenate L"rd divned the building and David N. Lord the
I.-,Iv ol ewa'n. For /,ieut. Governor, EuticNt: Y \M lN the report from Gen Bernard being the ablest goodA, that the powder was placed in the store of
thet house of .1. 1 t fr 'G.iss d, Ham.- For Trcasurer, NATnrIi,tlt )w, that had ever been made, his services in prepar- SIone, Swan. & Mason, No. 48 Exchange Place;
'.:ic. ,,.,;-,a of i vessels, itad (,il.. For h S-rtary, JoAtirn, st w ti ing it were alone sufficient to entitle him to the. at iear 6, A. M. when No.. 46 adjoining was on
'Ad n,.l,.it.-l.-rn,, .n. r "'. h., has inven- For Aiilsir L g-. ..u. tIisto n't, lasting gratitude of this country. t r. i. ll ie ,. fire was slowly travelling westward
ted a i'..i.i ..i, r 1, .'r promises to rival Tile I r:,.s.i..ei resellut0ts were reforlt ed by a Mr. Preston opposed the propositions ointnin'- and that Mr D. N. Lord had set a number of
'steam. "It is *"ii..i..-, ... -h. minipression of flu- committee, asd adtoptA d Uw intthuatly' ed in the bill as unnecessary,and also a ineffeet- mtnpto work to remove the packages of goods
ids. .Eittlt pa.i.s oI itr is' colmpuied, would Resohrdf, Thit thAdthiisstr.oltn nillhe Gene- trial fur the object iq view, of absorbing tihe stir- filon his upper lofts, at about halt past 1 o'clock
fbe so~icoeht to carry 1t Vesel tf the East Indies. ral Govertnmwn hae deputid ftoln thl princi. plus revenue. When, without concluding lhis in-te motiing, which were lowered down by
Yo thr 'r'l Ward, aged 19. has an income o pies of tho iotn o eounite d estab- remarks, lie gave way to th back. all int the yard communicating with
1h-0),4h per nrii. .halted b thlu ,*'. mh in f Mr. Beniton who made some explanations in Beaver street; and carried to his present stand
SThse health f fthe King of Svee&dn is decaiu- RAwvi4 Thwt thin; prinnlples were establish. replyv. by two carmen. In this way froml70 to 801pack-
"in. his extreme old age is the and h M M s and their asso Aerwhich on motion ofMr Buchan ages were ed ubrken He had als 15 or
Iht "-entio is, it in ,Ia tm r'-ss ftle re'i. nd ...d i in ~i~~s ind 1t ,a a ere r first explicitly The Senate adjourned. .2t additional men carrying out piece goods from
hmis days Iin a milder c .it.le, leaving thi. ''I": -ittfll il cy a dVirginia R- HOUSE .O1' REPRESENTATIVES. the broken cases to the saime place, and when
S n r. Boyd from Committee on Elections rnad ..the. order was given to clear out as they were go-
to Prince Oscar.
Railroads iEngnd.-The late Lond ',. .. That it is the opinini ofthis Conven- report on the subject >if the contested election :ing to blow up te store, and the workmen fled,
pRar shsw a in erale -Tdvaite i i I, I. itl te els result fr m the acts of i North Carolina, and moved that thie .-i..tt li.ey I,.. .,'cceded in saving goods to the amount
persshow a coll tderabilrad stocks. 'the groat ,-,..,,,iain., in the part oC the Geoeral Govwrn with tlhe accompanying documents be prr,,. Rdf. .-l ,.' :,.7 When, the store of Stone, Swan
(Wf nearly all the railroad stocks. Til, ar firly attri table tu their haing d ad that the same be made tmhe special tld r uf and 1M ,.-n blew up, it also threw down that of
which per share ,nl. have been paid, nwas parted fron tlse t rincethes upon which rest the the day for Wednesday week. N L..,d, ite remainder ofwhose goods inclu
'I llnat a 2 ',' I 'I Mat hester independence of tie Slates and tie integrity of Mr. Boyd moved also, thattthe petitioners hIr itkai r. ,ble ilr,sr wasconsumed Heproved
ffieltn [ aid at ; L- .".i'... .i a nchester- the Union. leave to appear by their counsel. hai in Elock c -outed including his library,
fon h00 paid, a a, *m .1. I.-;donhand Bir- .Resolved, That as republicans we wih use our Mr. W. B. Shepperd, of'N. C., moved to stril,E ,'..,647 fir t-n I,,, i the 16th December to the
iha.n 15t pah, at ld a 109 ; the Brihto, exert ons to re-estabhsh the doctrines of 1798 in out "Wednesday week," and insert Wednes. firt .,I tl i, amount, d to $'251,190 89,(fir which
5 pid, t 15 a 1 the North ihnd 5 pad, their true spirit, as expounded by James Madi. day three weeks." 'lie claimed remuneration. He proved, that i
a.t 10, a. 1 10s, &. 'son. Mr. Hand, of New York, moved to re-comm;it the store had not been thrown down by the ex-
An .dventure.-- It is many years since a en- Resolved, That we view with alarm, the viola- e report to the Committee on Elections, swtih plosion, he would have saved the greater part if
tlenman happened to take up a ighl's loding in tiLions of the State Consutition by the dominant instructions to give each party time.to, produce, not almost all of his goods, as he had then from
a romn whtch overlooked a church yard, situated party, and if the propositions made afihe last es- depositions and to take other testimony, until the e40 to 50 men who could have worked nearly two
in the midst rf a small town. Whether lie was sion of the General AsSe.,nbly to attack it in its Ist day of April next. hours in getting them out. It was denied how.
-a siranfer, a visitor, nor a resident there, I carii-t.t, ooSt vital part by changing the tenure of office Some discussion arose, which was termidnated ever by the defence that he could have saved any
at this nmoent'; call to ,nind; nor do 1 mreniion of t"he Judges of he SuperSior Court, should pre- at one o'clock, by a motion that the House.pro- such quantity, and that the Aire, would have
the na ne of the town'for obvious reasons. The vail, we shall he deprived of the strongest sale ceed to the orders of the day, which motion pr- reached his store m an hoir, and if he only saved
g!ntdenan swvas .ount. sirong, and by no ineani tard oif lf., liberty and property, n inldepend. failed. .$ : .,4, it orth in n more than four hours he could
vienary-si tir if loe loos.dod t it his wninow cnt j dici lry. But, byv unanimous consent of thl House, In-. not save. the balance before he would have been
before he retired to rest at nidnilit, it was most Risol-ld. That the system of rendering offices tions were received and carried, that tihe majorir burnt. Rufus L. Lord proved his building could
probably to i pen late upon the weather. Once tie reward of partizan services and confining ly and minority reports of the Committee 0on not be put up for a less sum than $9,558 40. The
having looked, however. he cou d niot withdraw .thenm exclusively ho one party, is a denial that Elections, together with all the accompanying cause was ably summed utip by the respective
his g;:ze--hiseyes were riveted upon the .hurch- the minority haive any political rights, and tends documents,"should be printed for the use of hie: .counsel, and after a charge from Judge Irving,
for he perceived, to his great surprise, that a light dir cly to subvert a republican e,,vernmen. House.-And it was so ordered. the jury retired on Wednesday night, and return-
was burning wihin icsi dull geam rom whose stones characteristics arethe protec- NEW YORK FIRE BILL. ed ino court yesterday, (Thursday noon) with
the windows which asuroundL the altar. 1,i tion of the minority and the dispensing of tqual Tils bill after some debate, was ordered to.be the following verdict.
watched for a few moments in silence, and it and exct justice to men of all denominations rssed for a third reading.firs- T e a idj. ..ord vi and.assess the
may hbe sppnhed,p with ais tntuh Iae a cnrisity relhioinus aud loliticl. A bill for the itliefroftlthe sutferers by the late fire damages of David N. Lord, having an interest as
mai he ws crnt wit s tr e l erm de olt, .'t 'disclaim all personal in the city of New-York. lessee for a year from the first of May last in the
until he was certain that there could be no de. Resolcd, That we disclaim all personal .oppo- idbuildingto be for his loss e idd
ceit-flr the light remained burning in the sae sition It our fellow citizens who di'ffr Irom us in Be. enacted by the Senati and Houseof pre. saoid bui g, tobe for hs loss by the sad de-
place. He was resolved t asrcertaini what so their pnltical views We- seek thie defeat of the sn"'taties of the United States of menrica znL'on- structmion $156,274 80.
inlbar an'appearance couid ean; but le office holders ad office seekers, only as the collector Ad
no g i. ho durt biw t Its riff es iTders std? o office s .ers o ny res osse, na ,bted, th icollectorof the port of' o rSeconrd. Au d they find and assess the dama-
would not go alnc--rhapshe durst not-per.- means of establishinr upon a sure foundation, NewYork b and e is hereby,authorizd, as o Rufus L Lord asowner in ee simple of
hoaps lie wisled for t e coopamy if other svit. -their righls and our rightst. he may deem best, calculated to secure the inter- the said building, (subject to the said demise o
nesses besides himself. One or two rihbors Resolved, That te State Constitution was sof the United States, to cause to beexttnd- David N Lord) sustained by him by reason of
were called up, and the keys of the churci-yard given to us by the Republican party-that we ed, with the assent of the sureties theeon, to all the destruction of the said building $7,168 50.
procured, after some delay. There burned the prize it as an invaluable blessing; and the strong.- npersns who have suffered loss o property by the Counselfor the proseofnrs, Messrs. Theodore
light still; and, though their eyes were anximos- est evidence that the men il power are not re- of December lasthy tbce urnin of their build. portion, Messrs. David B. Ogden and Robert
ly fixed upon it ca the gate creaiked upon its rusty publicans, may be found in their incessant as- D ber burning of thr buld ron, Mer. David B. Ogden and Robert
hinges to admit thien, it neither faded nor moved. saults for its destruction, as well as in.their total in"s, or mrerchandize, the time of payment of all Emmett.
They appmrnached the building--the windows renunciation of the name ol'republicans. bonds heretofore given by them for duties, to -
were so high that to ,ain any view of what might Resolved, That without that clause in the Con- periods ot exceeding three, foot and five years, Acident on the Cuaomid anl lenmboy Railroad
be passingr.in the interior, it was necessary 'to t-stitutionl which secures the independence of thie in equal instalmenemis from and after Ithe day of --lhe lumbercars from Camden tmet he passen-
e iee..ur.- to a ladder; this, ton, after some Judiciary, that instrument would nt have been payment specified in Ithe bods ; or to allow the ge cars about three miles above Burlington, on
dliy, thev obtained. They applied it to the adopted. Hence another strong evidence f te o aid onds tn be cceled, upon giving to the d ede a ut o c
S ,,f te ch e d there was pary in poer to prtrato most vallectr new ond, with one r more st ivs ca in contt, heds oe, producing, as
oearite dl,bt-rat iionf ashtohwho shonttild nfirstlascetd. publican iwistitutionrs. to the satisfaction of the said collestor,, I,re li,. may well'be imnmgined, aitremtendous crash .-
Th en r in had given the alart nat last Resolved, As the .pinion of this Convention, ums of the former bonds, respectively in equal The fog,'itf is said, shot the two trains from the
v.lui,.r-d l,, srvie, nd, wil a panting that in no conceivable contingency, in no instahIents, in three, four, and five years, ro view of each other until they were about four
.lm rd i. srvice, ad, with a panting t in no conceivable con gy, in ntud after he da of payment speci fed is, thle hundred yards apart. The lumber cars were
bre ,and n a'bow covered with. beads of dew, aginable alternative,,would it be for the interests bd to berle day of p cancellecd as resid stopped, or nearly so ut he passenglumber carcas were
reicched ,.. oip and looked down-the rest hud. or honor of the people ofl Ihe United States tole. t i o cancelled as aroresnid; sopped ornearly so, but th passenger car came
ded together behind him, ad pressing closely e Mr. Vn Bttren to the office of President." ad e said collector is hereby utliorized ad full on with retarded speed it is true, but only
doed tupogetheotr eed, That we repose entire confidence i directed to give up, or cancel, all such bondsup. so much as could be procured by a few yards ol
one uponithe other. The sight hlie saw was suf. Resolved, That we relose entire confidence in te receipt f oters esribed i ti section ; distance. The pause in the lumber ears, and te
ficienttoakethecourageofthesou t. The the integrity, capability, republicanism and pa- o the receipt f others described in this ; distance. T us he and t
tcnnmuniohl'-tablu had been uncovered, as for the triotism oflhe Hon. Gnio 'TOM.LtNSON, and that which last mentioned bouids shall be proceeded backward motion given to them by the action of
rite, and drvawin to sini'rt distance from thie wall. we will use all honorable means to elevate himn to within, in all respects, like other.bonds whbiclh are the opposite train, together with the mountinga
Two candle had been boght rom the vestry the Chief Magistracy of this Stale taken by collectors for duties due to the United up of both locomotives in front, like two dogs in
lilhtwd, and placed thereon throe figures were Mslved, That recommending Ihe Hon. EBEE- Stlates, and shall have the same forceand validity: a fight, and the baggage cars of the passengers
*setld r,',.i,d it, playing at cards. They.were ER YoU,, o, the -ffice of Lielitenant Gvernor,, Provided, That those who are it the provision train being thrown upon their rear with their
young men of licentious habits and notorious NAThANrIEL Gooonwi to that of Treasurer, and of this section. but who may have paid the bonds fronts downward, saved all hands from conse-
imiety; ndlheir flushed countenances and JNATHAN EDWADS, Esq. to that of Secrelary, subsequent to the late fire, shall also be entitled queuces which cannot now be known. By these
di eredclothes, showed that their prese and e will do all i our power to secure heir elec o e benefit o this section, an that the aid actions te ars with their passengers were saved
di0rdered oi tes, showed that hirpr ieseti bonds shall be renewed from the'day when the from a tremendous crash. The engineers and
audacious act of sacrilege had been planned a tison. f o fat
some dench h But there was a fourth at the Resolved, That this Convention do cordially same were paid, and said payments refund .if foreen sprang atemoment of the concus
table-lht loirtl, a corpse, which had that day approve of the nomination by the' W'higs of Fair- not previously carried -into the 'Treasury of te. sion, and saved themselves.' The passengers
been buried in 'a vault within the church it fieldcounty.ofRo s BOTH, E-q tCongress, United States by warrant. end Prouvided:ao, were electrified1 and a bruie here and there be-
ihad been draged from itsrave by these bias- ad will second .that nmiaton wth our ums That Ibe benefits of ihis section shall not be ex. tokened a shock o no slight nature had occur-
hdbeen,, riagedfront asis gv yh bit si ir a, or il they exertions." ended to any person whose loss shall not be red. The locomotives were broken into many
"were resolved that no hrror' shonih be want- The committee on the nomination of President proved, to the satisfaction of the collector, to have pieces. The passengers speak of their rampant
i.,g.-You may think how ghastly the dead face and Vice President, reported the annexed resolu- exceededd the sum ofone thousand dollars. posture, as exhibiing a very singular appear-
lo6ked when, contrasted whb their lde and tion. which was adopted SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That the ance. Breast to breast, they seemed to be in
glaring countences; ow chill wits That the State Central Committee Collector of the port of New York is hereby a- deadly strife, under the impulse of deadly hate.
glaring countenances; hoow chilling was its mno- Resolved, That the State Central Committee orz S ofth ao i -
tionless silence in return to their infernal ribal. be requested to call a Stale Conrtention at New horized and directed to extend tIe payment, in Some ofthe passengers tooted it to Burling-
dry. Those who beheld looked long ere they Haven an the third Wednesday in May next, the manner prescribed in the first section of this ton, others were brought in sleighs-some re-
could believe that living men could dare to pelr conistsi,, of delegates from fthe several towns nct, o"f ll other bonds given for duties at the gained at a farm house hard by, whilst others
pettlate so enormous a crime. Other inhabitants equal to the number of Representatives to which port of New York, prior to the late fire, and-not lingered about the ruins.
of the neighborhood were presently collected; they are entled.and that the nominton of a can- rovided f in thefirst section,as aforesaid, for X despatch wassenttoCamden and another
the. church door nnlieked ; an bthe gamesters 'dale fur the Presidency, and ithe selection of six, nine and twelve months, from and after the to Bordentown. By half past five the train was
interrupted-who could have darer to wait until electors be referred to said Convention. day of payment specified in the bond, which brought to Burlington.- At six it was in motion
the game was npl ut ? They were im bonds when executed agreeably to the provisions again, and at seven all hands were landed in
the game was played oud ? The were inune- Tie election taken place on the first Monday of this section shall be payable with interest at safety at Camden-whence, on the ice, some on
diately taken into custody; and it was further in April. the rate of five per cent. per annum ; which in. foot, and some in boats pushed on the ice, they
discovered that the criminals belonged to some lerest shall be computed from the timb at which reached the city.
Howthee epecle n tra ne,f tr w hace -- VESIONT.---TIe Green Mountitin State is the respect ve bonds would have fallen due, as if This excellent and valuable road could be freed

tempted them to so fearfully wicked an act, was waking up, and Whig and Antimasonic State the section had not passed. from all such liabilities by having a double track.
known-or, if it Conventin were eldtMn I la ed Provided, however, That nothing conainned ;n As it is, there are certain places called turn outs,
neverknown-or, if it was know, was never Conventions were eltM tpeerlat ed-this act, small extend to bonds which ad fallen at which the trains can pass one another-
tqld ; for, in cofisideration of their families, the nesday. It is impossible for this State to forsake due before the seventeenth day o.Decemiber last. Poulson's Philadelphi.a Advertiser.
niatter som l-shu d -ip, the re-appearnts llowedto her Whig principles and go over to Van Buren. Provided also, That if in the opinion of ,the

nore We shall expect to hear Ile official tesilt of their collector aloresaid, any of lihe bonds which may to
ore d oins this day, and shall n be prosiponed shall at atly ttmehbe insecure, itshall City .f airs.-We re happy in being able to
Conerfeit .ills -We have bn furnished oingst dayandha llake an early opporta be the duy of te said collector to require such state, hat Wednesday night passed off with per-
with a list of many of th counterfeit Bills in cur- "nity of communicalinu g their doings to our read- additional security as shall be satisfactytoIo him. fect tranquility, and that the Watch returns at the
culoli-., which it may be useful to publish as a era and on failure of such additional security.-being policee Office, yesterday morning, were unusual.
t he pbnslic They aled, te payment o such bonds sall be ly lt. The riotous Stevedores have returned
autions to the'Oriental Banke Bost allows :- NEW HAMPSHIRE '-Tle annual State election enforced forthwith.s to their duty, and are now peaceably pursuing
T o Franklin Bank, do.; in New Hampshire takes place on the 8th day of Mr. Caiubreleng inoved, that the bill haveits, their labors.--Neto York Courier S Enquirer of
1 .Cbarles River Bank, Cambridge. March. From present appearances, Isaac Hill third reading to-day ; which motion was carried. Friday ,
mmDorchuester & MilonBn Dor- tllr o e But Mr. Wise moved an adjournmeht: and son
S. Dhester &Milso Bank, Do the collar .candidate, will pass over the course at 3 o'clock, witimut trnsacting further business, MOBILE MARKET, Feb 12,
Five'sof the Columb.an Bank,.Boston ; without a ompetitr. O, New Hampshire The House adjourned. Cortton-Since ie 2il inst. there las been an im
Five'so te CoNorthii Bank, B on.; ho t all m Oa N T Io a provement in price of I to .c. A few small iots of
North Bank, do.; how art thou allen. / From th,, New York Journal of commerce. extra fine cottons; favorite brands, oid at 17 c.-
Grad Bnk, Marblehead: The S torsf LATEST FROM MEXICO. The eceipts f cotUon this week hnve been 161
"" LGranc Bank, Marblehead Theenators of Virginia in Conress have re- th .. MnC, bales-the exports have been 1,054, leaving in all a
Ten's of the Suffilk Bank, Boston. ved er expnging instructions through Go. y p ezuma, Capt. in,weave stock on hand of 562,8.18 bales. Coffee, narketpoor-
All the above are an imitation if Perkins' asvea supp ...
Stereotype plate. The list mayv nt be cnimplete, John Shepley, Esq., of Saco, is appointed Re- The Monlezuma has on board a large aiiount BALTIMORE MARKET. Feb 23.
bTt we believe no others are uffi'reed of this plate. porter of the Decisions of the Sinprenti Court of rof specie, being part oh $1,011,709 which arrived Flour-On Saturday sales of Iosward street were
Thie counterleits may be easily detected on exami- at Vera Cruz fron Mexico on the 2Gth ofJann- toads tt 15 934 cish, and at 17 ot short credit.-
i'ntion. There is no distinct figure about the the State of Maine, in ,place of Mr. Pearce, de- atr. Vera Cruz rm MYestersdayb ts sales twere anlso made a t 93 adid to
wonrk, but a blur and a whitish aearance for ceased. On the 10th ofJannary a mutiny took placein iy ome parcels were isposed of e alr6 87wo These
rost arinover the wh is viciMniy ofam T sentence if death up-n Isaac Speneer, the'garrison of Acpul.c, in the South, which ap- hnwilhiug to take less thao 17. The wagon price us
appear ttTe pears to have been comoophetely suclcesshuil. lt $0 7.6 nr O7 Sales of 50007000 hbls City Mills
e ourier, now in jail at Bangor, (Maine) has been com- was however stated that no political designs weie s'eri in...' yesterday at $6 871. Holders generally
"mWhat is the mailer, uncle Jerry saiid Mr muted by the Executive to imprisonment in the connected with the mivebnent. V ask ,. t Jay, hut we have heard ol rio sales at that
,as od Jeremuiaht R.--wa passing, by State Prison for lifea A company hus been formed at Vera Cruz, to rate. Several thousand barrels Susqatehtmnna Fhor
,as Je.e _, wa, s, y... Shave'been sold at l6 75, to be delivered at the open-
fowling most lernociouily. Mater" said the run a steatn-boat regularly betweenthat port and .ng of the spring season.
., lugging water all the morning, fur Dr. C- 's has been appointed by the Governor of N The affairs oh Texas are the principal topic of re- NEW YORK MARKET, Feb 25.
uwifeto washtwih, and what d'ye pose I grt e s ap n d y oh Fsi enor of New mark in the papers, and severe comments are be- Cottoh is stillin good enquiry, and prices tending
for it s"' "Why, *1 suppose about nin enc c Hampshire as a day of Fasting and Prayer. stowed upon ithe people of the United States for upwards. Coffee and Sugar also continue in favor..
answered .lMr"---. "Ninepience be -- shep encouraging Ihe Texians in their rebellion. The Money Stocks have recovered considerably.
toldnome the Doctor would pll ne tootle for e Late from Spai .-The brig Ceres, Captain paragraph in the President's Message had how-
somentime!F"-J.augor Mechanic. Cominmgs, which arrived at this prt yesterday, ever tended to. soothe the minds of the people, as A SERIES OF RELIGIOUS MEETINGS,
r ,'brought Cadiz papers to Jn.27,containing Mad. showing that the American government would win be held for several days in the Chesnut street
FrKES -The laetge carriage establishment of rid dates to the 21st. We are.indebled to Messrs endeavor to prevent and restrain the fitting out uthdist Te people of the senera rehigousdennom-
James Brewsler,.at.ew Haven, wis consumed Topliff for the ,,an of these papers. There are of expeditions in our ports, in aid of the Texians. imation ntiscity, st tohir Pastors. are respect-
by fire on Thursday ,niglt, 25th instant-very t'wo official letters from Gin. Cordonia, dated al ''he army of Santa Anna, destined to operate fully invited to attend with us.
Jttle saved, his head nqarters at .libarri Gamho. and Ar- against Texas, left San Louis Potosi, Jan. 2d, nnd A .D SARGEANT, Pastor.

The woollen factory at Paper Mill Village, royaue time 16th and 17th, giving an account of arrived at Leona Vicario on the 9th. Its num- In behalf of the official membersof the Church.
agltead, (N. H ) was destroyed by ifre on the two engagenents on those two days. 'between bprs are not definitively stated; though it is inti- Providence, Feb 29th. 1838.
A91uil4 instant, with its'conltnts,eomsisting, in part, Ihe troops under his connrmand, including those mated that including what ioaretofollow,it would
,of_5tt0) pounds of wool and i00 yards of'cloth' of GenersIs Evans and Esparitrr, andi thle Carlist aniount to 8,1o00 or 10,000 men. ATHENEUM-An adjourned Meeting of the
Lossiifrorn 60101) to ,7100 doll'hrs.-$2 10 insured troops, iii tIre ,n,,unlmains "f Arliban, in which he Alexico, Jan 14.-Among the articles from the Corporators of the Atheneuti, will be held THIS
i.n Bro on the building.: nothing on the stock claims some mpttant advantages for the case U States which we publish to-day, is to. be no- .EVNING, February 9th,at7o'clock,At Mechan-
'Tbcefire i supposed to have eiTht froma tie of tile Queen. Very lew parliculars, however, ticed one from the New York Courier, in which subject oflthefinal adoption of a Constitution and
stovee. thlie arding room, whilethetknadss were are given. Gen. Cordova estiirates his own loss are manifested hypocritical apprehensions about thile election of officers will be considered. f29-
goeto blealk fast as not exceeding 100 men, and thatoflthe enemy the safety of the persons and property of Ameri-
l'-Aetterfm Ti, 600 hours de cmbant, besides 61) or 70 who came can citizens in this republic. The good faith and .NEW ENGLAND CONSERVATORY OF
Fdrdlet.-A'jetter fmen Tisbury,Mattha's Vine. over to fhe Queen's army. These letters are ad-. decorum of lie Mexicans ought to have repressed MUSIC-The regular meeting forPRACTICE, will
yard,(Miss.ruftli, 14th1 instant, says-" We have dressed to Gen. AIlnodovar, who was at Vittoria. such a suspicion, as unjust as it is unfound. The be holdlen at Franklin Hall, TO-MORROW EVE-
nwd such a lresbet as was never known bhy the The Cornes was emngagred ih the disenussion of the Authorities of Mexico are very unlitie those of NJING, March st, at 7 o'clock., f29
oldest inhabhitants. The little brooks on .the; election law. iie sanction o tlihe Queen to the Louisiana, whose tribunals have been so partial
Vineyard were deep enough for .large ships to ,law expressing the confidence of the Cortes in and unjust in the matter of the schr. Correo. DIED,
float in, and wide 'in proportion. Seven mill the government, was communicated to both Vera Cruz, Feb. 4.--A letter from Mexico In this cit.on Saturday morning, Joln Henry,
daro were carried aay-mty own 'among the Chambers on the l8th. We find no other news. states that the Supreme government has deter- infant son nofMr Ebenezer Kelly.
rest..'- A' 6 York Jou'l^sef Cominerq. -Bastae Dailly Arrliri. mined to raise an army of reserve, to consist of The funeral will lake place this afternoon at 2
30(0 men, under command of Gen. Cortazar. o'clock. Friends are requested to attend, without
in Bitters in themnornting 'adistinguiled Di- A alitte.of 100 guns was fired in Porsmouthi, Verni Cruz. Feb. 7.-His Ex. D. Manuel Eldi furricet nuctn. T st, r Amos
vine used o .y, general (N H) osand iday, n n,:count ofl he r.charter oft ardo Gorostiza arrived yesterday frm Mexico, Willi u n aged 86 years. Blov ed h isfriends ano
b. otin,,g in i the glter at night. the United Stme Bank. on his way to the United States, to fulral Wn im, iesgoplited by a ri.luroua RJquaintac f e. 1
I-- tnutfs u Pi m~Cftlt'lb uueriaSuuioirc.i


From our Correspondent *
BRISTOL, Feb 27-Sailed, brie Giand,Turk, French,
Charleston; sloop Planter, Cartwriglit, New York.
SWARREN, [rtar office] Feb 26-Arr below, brig Wm
Henry, Cole, 20 days Iroim Manuizas. -,ailed in co With
brig Poland, Austin, for New Orleans. Mo asses Ors per
keg; Coffee 12 a 13 cts per lb; Sugars. 12 rs per ar.
The new steamboat Almendares, Capt. John R Stan-
hope, Which sailed fflat Newpor,. 10th inst. for Havana.
put inio Smithville, N C. for a supply f wood, on the
16th, and expected to leave on the 17th for Havana -
Three days out, she experienced a severe gale, in Which
the strength of the boat and of her machinery, was se-
Verely tested, ;she however received no damage, and pro
ved a sale and excellent sea boat.
At Newport, 25th, brigs Canolicus, Bigley., 14 ds from
Matinzas; Otherman, Gould, 23 ds fm Mobile for Provi-
dence, with cotton; schr Chesterfield, Hamilton, Rich-
mond for Boston.
At Boston, 26thl.brigs Ceres, Cumming,, Newcastle via
Cadiz; Iigonia, Creighton, N I rleans; schrs f rtendship,
Cohasse, wnih 60bales cotton from w ecofbria Banner;
Eagle from do. witt cables, anchors, &c. from wreck o
Sw brig Juno. Below, ship Robin blood, Nickerson, im
Leghorn'; schr I.'ordova, Bacon, Malta. Brig Lapwrig,
Larrabee, from Havana. is ashore on Bird Island Bar -
CId bark Norfolk, Lemist, New Orleans; brigs Neptune,
lligg ns do; Old 'olony, f'ri sby, I tarleston.
I Id 7th. ahlip Steglitz, Bisbee, ,latanzcs; Seaman,
Hardin., Charlestimi bark Neptune, Bogardus, Copen-
hagen; brigs Taon it'. irnter, Hancock. St Croix; Toma,
Hall, Trinidad; schr Velocity, Girene, Havana.
At H, lines Hole, 24h,i, bark United States, Webb, Cal-
cutta for Boston; brig Casiel, Smith, Ja mel tor do..
At New York. '5th, ships Phi adelpbia, Morgan, Lnn-
don; Montezuman, Davis, Vera I'ruz; brigs Padraza, Tur-
ley, Mayaguez; Alexander, Goodrich, Dernarara; scrrs
Washington, Humphre Berl-ice; Cairo, Buckman, Ha-
vana Uld ship LaFayette, Biair, harleston; bark La
Grange. Seldon, Mob le; brig Lucy, Penh..low, Charles.
ton: schns Jasper, Richardson, Iarbadoes; Bethlehem.
Mursick, West Indies.
At Wilninoetrn, 1lth, bri Clinton. Cole, St Thomas.
CId at Mobile, l1th, brrig Pi-nerr, Chandller, is port.
At Havana, 10th inst. .bhigs Agenorir, Dockiudorff, for
New York. in 2 ds; Busy, Allen, Provideorce, son.
At Matanzaa, 10th inst. brius Centurion. Spooner, for
Providence, 8 ds; Emigrant, Smith, for Waren, tuncer;
'Troy, Darl ng, waiting cargo.
At St Thomas, 6th inst. brig Arkansas, Garton, Porto
At Liverpool, 21st ult. ship St Lawrence, Chase, for i"
York, 23d.
Feb 241h, 70 miles SSW of Montane, a hark reported
the Meridian, flom Pacific Ocean I,,r New Bedford, with
lO2obbls sperm oil. [No such vessel-probably the Equia-
tor, Capt Coffin.]

NOTICE is hereby given, that the Boardt of
health of the City of Prjvidence, have engaged
Dr. HENRY W. THAVER to vaccinate, gratis, all per-
sons who may apply lor that purpose, at his Office,
No71 North Main sirert, either on this day (Mon-
day, Feb 29th) from 2 to 4 o'clock, P a.; or on any
Saturday in the month of March. durinuga the same
hours. By order, RICHARD.M. FIELD,;
f29 dtf COy Clerk.
OTICE-There will be a special meeting of the
Providence Steam Boat Company. holden at
the Counting Room ofJ Borden, No 48 South Wa-
ter street, THIS EVENING, 29th instant, 'at 7 e r.
A punctual attendance of the members is requested.
By order of the Directors :
f29 J BORDEN, Sec'ry._
A RCADE BANK-Notice is hereby given, that a
ea meeting of the Stockholders of this Bank will
be holden at the Bank THIS DAY, the 29th day of
February instant, at 3 o'clock, P M, to take into
consideration and decide upoi the expediency of
augmenting the Capital slockl of said Bank, and to
transact any other business that may legally come
before said meeting.
Per order. J HODGES, Cashier.
Providence, February 29th, 1836
THE Spring Quarter of this Institution wil com-
nmence on Wednesday, March 2d.
f29 6tdis C E TOOTHAKER, Principal.
ITOTICE-A meing e of the Stockholders of this
N-' Bank will be holden.at the Baink Room. on Sa-
turday the 19th of March next, at 3 o'clock, P M to
consider and decide on the expediency of increasing
the Capital stock of said Bank. Per order.
f29 JAS E B'UTTS Crsbier,
.T'UAT"ION WANTED-A respectable, middle
Wo aged o'lmarl, wants a situation as first rate
Cook in a family i this city or'vicimty. Inquire at
No 23 Westminster st. up stairs. fJ9 3t*
IOTCE-The tockholders of the Providence
SFlint G'ass Company are hereby requested to
attend a special (Meeiing of the Corporation. to be
holden on Saturday evening, March 5th, at 7 o'clock,
at tihe Counting iRoom over No 20 Wevylosset street.
Providence, Feb 27lth, 1836 f29 MTs3
N.' from the subscriber, a Newfoundland Dog, six
months old, of a. black color. with. lthe breast, side
of the head, and tip of the tadl white. Five dollars
reward will be paid ont returning him to
f29 3t Z ALLEN.
HE subscriber will lease for a term of years, a
Water Power situated in the town of Hopkin-
ton, Mass. within half a tmile of the Boston and
Worcster Ratil Road, and about twenty-five miles
from o he former place, whi h will at all seasons of
tile year be sufficient r*-. *.r*..r. from 1500 to 2000
spindles ;or will erect : tl.Aid n- suitable to contain
2000 spindles, and lease the same f.r a term of
years; or will sall the privilege on very reasonable
terms. lorfurther particulars, inquire of WILLARD
JOSLIN. No. 3 West Water street, Providence; ELI-
SiA NEWerL. Pawtucket; ALBERT BALLUU, near the
premises; or i the subscriber.'
Providence, feb 29 3t LEWIS C BROWN.
NOTICE-A meeting of Committee on the Qusal-
ifications of Tcachers for the Public Schools.
will be held at the Council Chamber on Friday,
Itareh' 4i, at 3 p m. to examine candidates for the
place ot'Precoilress in the African School in this
city. It is expected that, in addition to reading and
writing, the elements of English Grammiar, Geog-
raphyand Arithmetic, will be taught. The com-
pensation is fixed at two- hundred dollars per an-
numo. Persons desirous Oul obtaining the situa-
tion will meet the committee at said time and place.
For the Committee, CASWELL"
f29 A CA LL-
W ANTED-Two good second hantl Mules of
about 2501 spindles each, and two cards of 24
inch cylinder. Apply to S GLADDING,
f29 12 South Water street.
OTICE-The Annual Meetingof Ithe Providence
Dispensary, will be held oil Wednesday, the 2d
of March, at the Norli room of the Washington In-
surance Office, at 3 o'clock, p sM,
f29 J KINSBURY, Secretary.
HREE House Lots on Fountain street, measur-
ing together 112 feet front by to100 feet deep-one
r ot on Sabin street, 24 feel front by 60 feet deep-
also two Lots situated between Pawtuxet and
Cranston arreets, east of Pesrl street. If not dis-
posed of before the 3lth of April next, by private
sale, will on that day be sold aePublic Aeicion.
f29 tT Assignee of Walter Paine.
M'RKEENE, Professor of Penmanship, will coinm-
in mence a Course of instruction in Writing, on
Wednesday, tihe 2d of-Mflarch text. He is confident
thit nothing more is needed to recnmnreitd his sys-
tent of instruction, than a practical knowledge of
it, oad as a very large number in thiseily have al-
ready tested its ulility, whose reenomnefndaions he
deems sufficient it is therefore superfluous to add
any thing further.
Room in the Hall of the young Ladies' Institute,
SHours of attendance from half past 2 until 0O p
at. Ladies Class, froit 3 to 4 e at. f29
1000O bales prime tussia Featners, tst,2d and
-L .Y3d sorts; 20110 lbs White Down-just
received and for sale low by S BEAL & SONS.
129 +6w Corner of Hanover & Elm sts, Boston.
PRINTS-Just received, a handsome assortment,
both light and dark, from 12i to 37 ets per yard,
for sale low at No 4 Arcade.
S EA ISLAND COTTON-71 whales Sea Islarnd
kCo.ton, just received for sale by

W" H GREENE will open this morning, a new
Ssopolv iI goods from Boston-1 case Dover
Prints; rich style of Calicos; checked Cambrics;
brown Linen Damask; Table Cloths; white Cam-
brics; Jaconet do; together with many other articles,
r14 Arcade. f129
FAMILY BUTTER-A few tubs family Butter,
for s:ile by S & W FOSTER. 19
OIL CASKS WANTED-A quantity ofOil lierces
and barrels wanted, 'or which the highest price
will be paid. Call in S & W FOSTER.
W INTER OIL-20 barrels Winter Oil of a au-
perior quality. lor sale low by
f29 S & W FOSTER.
.templating a different trrtingcnient in busilnes,
will sell the balance of his stock, cnm prisiig at goal
an assortoitent as can Ih; oound at any store ill til
viY!\', t very reduced prices, at 1C Arcade. !,I,)

irb~Jk-C~i~L~iP~Ed~ii*aac -

HTAMPSHIRE SHEETINGS-1 bale very heavy-
Sjust received at CLFVELANDS,
f26 26 Arcade.
has just received, one package Dover Calicoes,
Spring patterns; for sale at 26 Arcade. 129 ,
STOCKS FOR SALE-42 Shares Stock Ameri-
can Bank; 25 do co Globe do; 30 do do City do;
20 do doWeybosset do; 25do do Phenix do; 25 do
do Blackstone Canal do;Cis do doo Union do 12 do
do American Insurance Co; 5o do do Blackstone
Canal Corporation, by A B DIKE,
f(9 Stock Broker, 15lMarket square.
NEW GOODS-E. A. COOK, 22 Arcade, wsill
open this dio. 1 package mem of those ricl
Grecian twillel Prints, spring patterns also, one
pack ig tweo colored small fig'd DoverPrints, new
pa terns, the first offered in this market. For sale
wholesale and retail on good terms. 129
Q Bales Georgia Uplatnd Cotion. o'f highest qua-
0 U lily, for sale by H ANTHONY. f29 3t
P ICE-25 ticrcsis Ricet, \it received from Charlcs-
1 ,lon, fur sale by GL ADDING,
1)9 4 ( Souh WIrater hg

PRovtDENCE, s -Cierk's Oti,c-.: '1. r.i,,r -.i r ,|
Court, FH.br:tare 2j'h, A D 1836.
WVHEREAS the following named persons, all
Presiding in thlle county of Providence, have re-
pectively preferred theirpetitions'toour SpreineJu-
dicial Court. praying for the causes therein set forth,
hat said.Court wouldlextend to them respectively,
the benefit of" an act for the relief aflisolvent debt-
ors" passed in J mnuary, A D 183S. Notice is there-
fore hereby given to the several creditors of the foil-
lowing named Petitioners, to appear, it they shall
see fit, before our said Supreme Judicial Coturt, next
to be liolden at Providence, within and for s id
'County, on the third Monday of March next, 18S36,
and shew cause, if any they have, why said Petitions
riught not respective;v to be granted.
Eason Slocum, of North Providence, manufac-
Amos Potter, of Cranston, laborer
Zera Clbugh, of Cumberland, yeoman
John T. Rice, of Providence, drayman
David Winch, of do. house carpenter,
Ben Porter, commorant, of Providence, trader
James Briggs, of Foster. --
Joseph S. Clarke, of Providence, blacksmith
Joh. Campbell, of Smithfield, laborer
Cyrus Leach, ofScituate, laborer
John M. Remele, commorant, of Providence
George Reed, of Providence, cordwainer
John B. Barlow, of do. house carpenter
Lyman Springer, commorantof Providence, gro--
Job C. Eldred, of Providence, house-wright
Charles B. Ripley, of North Providence, trader
George R. Norton, of'Cranston, laborer
Peter Harrington, of Providence, do.
William Brown, alias William Rayner, of Prov-
Jabez Mliler, of Providence, laborer
Richard Bowser, of Providence, laborer
Jabez Fennei, commorant, ot Providence, manu-
James B. Beverly, of Scituate, comb-maker
John Cogegshall, of Providence, machinist
George C. Perry, of Scituate, laborer
.Ednmund Mas'n, of North Providence, trader
Simeon PPllent, of Prividence i-hnruse.carpenter
Joseph Boomer, of Providence, miller
James M. Thltrp, of Providence, machinist
Charles Salabury. of Smithfield, cooper
Calvin Piere,. of do manufacturer
Elisha OIney, of do. trader
Jerahmeel Jenks, of North Providence. manufac-
turer '
Luther Buffinton, of do. cordwainer
Jeremiah Cranston,ofCumberland, mule spinner
Joseph Green, of Smi:hfield. laborer
Ray Spink, of Providence, housewright
George Rex, of North Providence, laborer
William H. Gillmore, of Providence, painter
John E. Brown, of do. manufacturer -
Moses Brown, of do. do.
William Warner. of do. dyer
George S. Westcott, of do. -
Levi S. Lapham, of Cumberland, machinist
Alvin Greenwood, of Smithfield, machinist
John Owens, of Providence, calico printer
Francis F. Macnab, of Providence, "'
William Tanner, of North Providence, trader
Andrew Smith, of Glocesler,
Otis H. Hopkins, of Foster, wheelwright
Merit Andrews. of North Providence, overseer
Benjamin R. Tisdale, of North Providenc, -
Curnel Knight, of rJohnston, blacksmith
Israel Wood, of Providence, mason
Cornelius S. Jones, of Cumberland, printer
Daniel Steere, of Johnston, yeoman
Benjamin T. Wilson, of Providence, laborer
Van R. Streeter, of Smithfield, trader
John Sawyer, of do. laborer
Sanford W. Sears, of do. dresser tender
Nathan Hawes, of Cumberland, broker
Lyman Morris, of do drayman
George Hathaway. of Smithfield, blacksmith
Charles Hawkins, of Cumberland, ---
John A. Paine, of do. laborer
Boylston Poor, of Providence, laborer
George Paine, of Providence, -
John Miller, of Providence,-
John Newell, of North Providence, laborer
Aaron Gates, of Providence, laborer,
'Benjamin Burrows, of do. housewright
Moses H'. Barron,.of do. teamster
Moses V. Hall, of do laborer.
129 4m JOHN S. HARRIS, Clerk.
Municipal Court of the City of Providence-
February 23d, 1836.
THE Commissioners who0were heretofore appoint-
ed to -receive. examine and allow the claims of
the creditors on the estate ofWillham H Martin, late
of Providence, deceased, represented insolvent, pre-
sent their Report in addition to their Report hereto-
for, presented. [the Commission-to them directed,
having been, on the 12th day of January last, re-
opened, and further time having been allowed tothe
creditors ofsaid estate to present their claims against
the same;] and said additional Report, is read, and
referred to the eighth day of March next, at nine
o'clock, A s for consideration ; and it is-ordered
that notice thereof be published three times in the
Providence Journal.
f29 A G GREENE, Clerk.
Municipal Court of the City of-Providence,
February 23d, 1836.
AN Instrument in writing, purporting to be the
last Will and Testament of William Nobles,
late of Providence, deceased, is presented for pro-
hate: and Nancy Nobles, widow of said deceased,
who is named in said Will, as the Executrix thereof.
in writing declines accepting said trust, and requests
that Hiram Barker mlay-be appointed Administra-
tor with the Will annexed, on the estate of the said
deceased ; and the said Instrument in writing, and
said Request are severally read, received and re-
ferred to the eighth day of March next, at nine
o'clock, A M. for consideration; and it is ordered that
notice thereof be published three times in the Provi-
dence Journal. A G GREENE, Clerk. f29
Municipal Court of the City of Providence,
February 23d, 1836.
MOSES RICHARDSON, Executor of the last
Will and Testament of Elizabeth Gibbs, late
of Providence, deceased, presents his account with
the estateofsaid deceased, for allowance ; and 'the
same is read, received and referred to the eighth day
of March next, at nine o'clock, A M for considera-
tion ; and it is ordered that notice thereof be publish-
ed three times in the Providence Journal.
f29 A G GREENE, Clerk,
o Municipal Court of the Citv of Providence-
February 23d, 1836.
NANCY CARLILE, Executrix of the last Will
and Testamient of John Carlile, late of Provi-
dence, deceased, presents her account with the said.
estate, for allowance; and the same is read, received
and referred to the eighth day ofMarch next. at nine
o'clock. A M for consideration; and it is ordered,
that notice thereof be published three times in the
Providence Journal.
f29 A G GREENE, Clerk.
State of Rhlod .Island and Providence Plantations
KENT, sc.-Clerk's Office ot the Supreme Judicial
WHEREAS Mary Ann Shlearmat,, of Warwick,
itn said county of Kent, wife of Simon Shea'-.
man, late of sad Warwick, but now residing in.parts.
o10 her't unknown, has lodged a petition in said Office,,
pra ong for sindry cases Itherein alleged, that1
said Cu onr would anrtl the marriage subsisting be--
iwean her and Icr said husband; to decree in her
fevor, a divorce from said bead if matrimony, and
aiso to assign her alimnony. NNltice is therefore
hereby p ven to ihe said Simon Shearman, to ap-
pear [tf 'e shall see fit] at the Supreme Judicial'.
Court, to be holden ai East Greenwich, within and
for the Countyof Kent, on the second Monday of
April next, to shew cause, if any he may have, why
the prayer of said petition ought not to be granted.
East Greenwich, Feb 13ih, 1836 f29 6St
a annual Meetine of the Rhode Island and New
York Steam Boat Company, will be holden at their
office, at the Rail Road Depot, o,.Monday, the 7th
March next, at 3 o'clock, p By order.
f27 WALKER HUMPHRY, Secretary.

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THI Providence and Worcester Boat Co,I grateful
lor past favors, respectfully give. notice, that
th.-v will commence running, as soon as the Canal
i.s ;. 1..1 a daily line of Boats from Providence
to \ .,..--,. r and the intermediate places.
Having engaged the upper Basin and Store-house
at Millhinrv, they feel confident that they c-rl give
horter satisfaction to Merchants. Manufacturers and
t1hei public generally, whose freight is left at M 11-
bury, than any other company.
The:r Boats will be put in good repair, and under
command of steady, experienced and temperate
masters; and they pledge themselves that nothing
-on their nart shall he want ng, to accommodate all
who mav favor them with their custom.
They also give notice that all goods sent to
them to be transported to Worcester or any inter-
mediate place, will be landed in good order, at the
-customary places of landing, which shall be their
part of the contract without giving notice to the
consignee, and we will pay no damage on goods
after so landed.
f All freight consigned to Oren Nichors or S R
JacKson &Co. Providence, E Southtwick, Millbury,
S R Jackson & Co. or Cyrus Aldrich, Worcester,
will be forwarded promptly and wit.iout delay.
Providence, Feb 29, 1836 3mo
There will be sold at public auction, on SATUR-.
DAY, the26ih of March next, at 11 o'clock, A M,
on the premises, if fanr, if not, on Monday follow-
SThe homestead place of the late Nicho-
las Rinda I, situated in Cranstun. 6 miles
from Providence on the old Hope Furnace
Road. so called. There isa convenient House, Barn,
Crib, &c, on the same. The place ;s well stored
with Fruit trees of various, kids, particularly the
apple. There is a fine brook or rivncl, running
through the same, which very much enhances the
value of the place. There is an opportunity offered
to the man retiring from. he bustle of the city, or
any one wishing to carry on the marketing business,
as it is susceptible of the highest culture.
Also, a valuab'e.meadow Lot, with a grove of
handsome young Timber adjoining the same. The
above lots are about one fourth of a mile from the
first mentioned place. Also, another wood lot of
young Timber, abotn one half mile from the first
mentioned place. The above property will be sold
in lots to suit purchaAsers.
of the heirs of the late William H-I Randall.
f29 ITtI.
R *HASE & CO, will sell or let tfeir
la aol Fa,,to'y,located in the Washington Village,
B gM2Eovantry, Rhode Island, to spin and weave
by tie yard, the owners finding slocel. They would
prefer selling. The Mill is in good repair, with about
800 Spindles. Application may be made to RUcSSELL
CHASE, who. is now running the Mill, or to he suo-
scriber in Centerville, Warwick.
Warwick, Feb 26th, 1836. MT3w* f 29

Will be sold at public aunctio, on Wl':Dt\ESDAY,
the 30th day of March next, by virtue of authori-
ly granted by the Honorable Court of Probate, for
the lown of Smithfield,
Ali the right, tit,e and interest, which
the ate Job Page had, at the time of his de-
-I L cease, in and to a certain Farm or tract of
Land, lying in said Smithfilcd, formerly the resi-
dence of said Page, and known by the name ol
Chesnut Grove, containing about sixty acres o0
land, with all the buildings, &c. thereon standing.-
Sale to take place at 11 o'clock, A iaM. on the pre-
mises, when the conditions o payment will.be made
known. MOSES B'IVES, Administrator.
SProvidence, Feb 29, 1836 rITIs
MUSEt U, ,
ANTS-The only ones ever brought al ve into
Atnerca. They are the most beautiful kind of tht
feathered race, not excepting the Bird of Paradise.
They are considered by Cuvier, the celebrated Na-
turalisa, as the Phenix of Phny.
SERPENT OF AstA, the largest and most powerful e0
Reptiles This is a beautiful specimen, and so per-
feetly docile, thatlthc keeper exhibits it coiling aboui
' his nek, and can be handled by the most tunidc
best one in existence, and magn fyI'ymn. objects ovel
FIVE MILLION TIMES. Thisoptical Instrumenr
unquestionably produces one of the mr'ost interesting
exhibitopnsever in -nted by man, and will be it
Oper.rn -ii f- -r' .r...- . .
.d, ljn, : ',. :... :--,.h in Il-J- i .n halfprice. f22
HE Con ecticut RtvciaGotipany are ready to dis
pose of Water Power at their Canal tt Enfi. It
Falls. The supply of water conesa from the Gon
necticut river, and is unfailing. The head and fal
are nearly thirty feet-the distance from Hartford
I iw-lo: miil-, Daily steamm boats and frequent
f'reight ba.aiLs r a io and by this water privilege.-
The Incal,..an tiS pi',sant ..niJ in a good neighbor-
Shood-t I r=.-. crr--i mrll, saw mill, and other works
have lately been erected on the premises. The priv,
ileges will be sold, or long leases on annual rent bc
given, at the option of the purchaser. Manufacture
ers who knpw the importance of cheap transport
tion, easy and frequent communication with large
markets-and the value of anu unfailing supply o0
water, are invited to examine the above. Applica
tions may le made to the undersigned, at Hartford
d10 MT6m ALFRED" SMITH, Pres. C R Co.
ONE SHARE in (he Whitaker estate, whicl
makes a qnalification for a freeman, and pays
six per cent interest upon the original cost bi-side
repairs, taxes, &c.- Inquire at the Jorurnal Count
ing Room. rT f27 if
TrHE subscribers wish to Lei a room ,n the base
ment story of the Mill they occupy, [at Centra
Falls, near 'awtucket.J Said'Ror,, is about 20 by
75 feet, with power to operate a few machines-
would prefer letting to a Machinist who would do
1 h-eir repairs, &c.
pHE subscriber continues to manufacture Too]
for Tin and Sheet Iron Workers. Also, Plan
ishers, Hammers and other Tools for copper wdrk
all'of which are warranted equal td any in the Aner
:can market. Shears new laid and other repair
done at short notice. JESSE WHITING.
Refer to
JaMes EAMES & Co. Providence.
ilosts PONO & Co. Boston.
Wr'J HOLDER, Woonsocket.
Woonsocket Falls, Jan 18. 1836. Mrt-f
H'AS removed his Office to No 115 Benefit sirpet
at the North end of'his dwelling house, ahou
twenty rods northof the old Town Hous at which
office, when not in Co'irts, he may at all times b
found by those who wish his professional assislanac
or advice. n30 tf
THESE Baths which have beon well supplied
-with water during tie winter, wilh continue tn
be opened every day, from ani earlv. hour in thu
morning, till a late hour in the evening. f13
ARD-2 iu',s Lard, for retailing, for sale at Nr
33 South Main street, by ABEL FOSTER, f27
SUGAR-Miuscovado Sugar, of a very light color
well grained and remarkably clean-at retail by
f26 J B CHACE.
". TARCH-125 bhls Poland Starch, a superior ar
Stickle for printers' nus,: also 20 bbis Colegate's
:and 40 barrels extra suoerfinp. for bleachers, for sale
f27 No 8 South Wat,-r st. urn stairs.
PALL OIL--15,000 gallons pure Fall strained
.-' Sperm Oil, in hhds, tierces and bbls, for sale on
favorable terms by -
(-i SOAP-75 bhls, a first rate article, for sale b
84 spindles each; 23 Cards; 10 Drawing Fra res;
2 Eclipse Speeiuers, with 30n00 Bobbins; 1 Taunton
Speeder, and I Picker. Anply to
j6 dtAt 8 & J SLATER, Slatersville, R I.
SATINETS-3 eases slate colored; 3 do Adams'
mixed. if-i. do coarse steel mixed Satinets, tust
received from mills, for sale'by
2 mo 17 No 20 South Water street.
TON 4 CO have just received I case of Sea
Island Sheetings of superior quality, warranted all
warp, for sale bfy the piece or vard. f4 is44w
TnH-iE .HAY SCALES on Cove street, are now in
.1 complete order for Weighing. f24
H-AVING removed to this City, and taken the
.b.chambers of ithe house occupied by Mrs John
Whiaple. No 200 North Muain street, opposite nth
'Canal Market, offers his professional services to his
..friends.and the.public.
He has also taken an office No 197 North Main st
where atatill times may eIre found a general assort-
roannt of Drgas a id Medicines of the best qualityput
miitt)in I,.: ir. .. i .. it.anner a tlthe shortcsl nou ce
'-n n .. n

I1R H FULL[BR. informs the citizens of Provi- O CHIPPER.S AND 'ILERS OF' IRT-
Sdeicel that he has taken the Central Hih -L Wanted, thiee or lour steady active enu, at-
Scihdil, Mathews.bv-n s. and will crurinence a term quainted with tne. chliPnip" d filing of lif,, lti,
of twelve veels, on Monday, Ihe 29th inst. whoin b, rnl wages will be pad. Apply ie el
Mr F bas been Teacher of .. S,:I..:i -u ... I..t n a the Joinurn office. .t nl
Plyrooith. Mass. the last four ,.. .r- .n. -i r...n.. J ITUATIN WANTED-A pertoii who has hiltd
to devote his life to the business ofteaching, has Sa number of years experience as Clerk in a Fllie-
come to this city for the purpose of establishing a y t ore and Counting Room, wishes 10 gel em-
perManent School. The common and higher torym intre and Capacitgy, oRo somu,e aiesno gempley-
braich,.s of English study will be taught; also, Latin pleymnt inth particularit, or soe at the Journply-
and French. mea t. For particulars, i inquire at the ourn nl l ,
and French. Counting Room. f32 tAl
The Ladies' department is instructed by Miss Counting Room. 1"2 eEt
FRANCES M ASO0t-. The Rooms will be furnished T"ELPAND BOARDING HOUSE KEEPER. -
with Globes, Maps, 4-c. Tuition 'from 86 to H810 1. WANTED-'The subscriber want an his Sati-
per quarter, according to the branches pursued.- net Factory, in Foxboro, Mass. a family whohas d
Absences not deducted, except iii case of sickness or help suitable to work ina lactory-one that has one
other contingencies, made known by the parent.- or more Weavers would be preferred. The same
Instruction on the Piano Forte, by a Lady highly family can have several boarders if desirable, or a
accomplished in the art, at a reasonable extra charge. family to take boarders only, can have a frir chance
Scholars will be admitted any time during the first by applying to SAM'L B SCHENCK,
term. as young as 5 years, provided they have made f27 tf Attleboro' Mass. near Hatch's tavern-.
common proficiency in Reading. Hours, at present, TANTED-Two steady experienced Journey-
from 9 to 12 A M-from 2 to half past 4 P M. nd ni&n, to work at the Tanning business. Al, ..
Rand Peternces:at-tRev Cyrs Man, Jan Horn Dr a Boy of industriouts habits, from 14 to 17 .years of
and Peter Pratt Esn r eor Benjans F Carpen; Rur age, as an apprentice to the ceame business.
G Williams; George Pamine. Thomas F aCarpenter, T6 HATHAWAY & DANIELS. ,
Claget C G Thompson, Esqrs. Drs. R Bruwne-l, f-T W-D
J Mauran, N A Fisher, and Usher Parsons; Hon SITUATION WANTED-A young man who hats .
Albert C Greene. a general knowledge of business, and who.hbaa
N B. Mr utLEjR will behappy to see thoseparents had several years experience in Book Keepirng,
or guardians, who may wish to place children under wants a situation as Clerk itn some Counting room;
his care, at hi' School in Malhewson street, orat his Would prefer a situation at some Manufacturing
Room, No 39 City Hotel. f26 M2 establishment, to commence at any time between
UTXBRIDGE MALEAND FEMALESEMT this and first of April. Satisfactory references as to
DGE M INARLE AND character and comp. tency will be given. A line
rTHE Spring term of tins Institution will .con- directed to A B Woonsocket, will receive immediate
mence on Wednesday the 2d day nvofMarchnext attention. fi8 trrtf f
nd continIue eleven weeks. The Seminary consists WANTED. -
of two distinct departments, occupying two separate" A First rate Machinist to do the repairs, in a Cot-
buildings. The Male Depar meant is still under A. ton Factory. Also, two Warp Mule Spinners;
the care of Mr C C Jewett; and tIe Female, that oj' an Overseer of Weaving. None but good workmen
MRiss A Hal. each having well qualified Ass stants, need apply-to such a good chance will be offered."
Instruction will be given in all the branches usually Inquire at thIis office. f 11 3cWMT r
laught m our best HIGH SCHOOLS.
For tine Board oh 'frustes ./I ULE SPINNER WVANTED-Wanted, a com--
WILLIAM C CAPRON, Secretary. petent Mule Spinner to operate a pair ofMulets,
Uxbrhdge, Feb 8, 1836 f 10to IrtM of216 spindles each. One wilt a family that could
furnish hits own piecers woanidl be preferred. Inqutire
THE ARCADE LADIES' 1 STITUTE, at 'he Journal Counting Room, f2.r, .r*.
rH E tnxt Terin of thls Sem nary will comminence OST-Between Providence', and Woonsocket
J under the direction of Mr SAXTON, as. sted by Falls. one bundle, containing 2 pi'ecesof Broad-
Miss BisHuo, on Monday, the 7ti ol March next. cloth. Whoever has found the same ann. will for
126 F11T ward by 'the Worcester Stage'driver, shrll 6ro. stlta-s
NOTICE-Tlfe Copartnership heretofore existing bly rewarded. CHARLES GLADDING.
under the firm- of BUTTERWORTH &. DA- f 9 DTif
NA is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
WRBUTTEaWORaT, is duly authorised to use the WTAN'ED-A smart. Lad f'lou 14 ton 6 years of
name of the firm, to setle the business of he con- age as n Ap iret at the Wiatch Repairnng
ae-en. m W R BUTTER.WORTH, business. Inquire at No 43 Hamilton Buiding,
S NATH'L C DANA. Market street. 126 rMTis 9t1
Seokonk., Feb 9th, 1836 122 MT2w, SUMAC WANTED-A quantity ol furmac is
TOTICE-Thelsubscribters have t formed tG opart- o wanted, fo ; which a fair price w. l Ie paid. if de-
N nersip under thle-rieO e fr or UT WORH, BLrKE slivered immediately. Apply at the Counling Room
& Co. V R BUT'TERWORTH, of the Providence Dying, Bleaching and Calender-
-c MILTON S MORSE, inn Co. W C SNOWV, Agent. fl1 1 rTF2w
LEWIS R BLAKE. H tELP WANTED at) East Greentwich-b ive or.
Seekonk. Febh 9lh1, 1836 122 MIT2w I six families; also, single help wanted for tine
NTOTJCE-The C., ii-.r I..i-; heretofore existing cotton anid woolc len business. Good encouragement
Between the .i,... .... under the firm of will be given. Apply i t)n
BLODGET & WHEEL .R,is this dlay dissolved by f 5t'ITFf DANIEL GREENE, As-'nt.
mutual consent. WM P BLODGET will continue A, SII'U'l'I'1ir 1 WANTED, by Ia young man
the General Comnmission and Wholesa'e Grocery -.of good character. who wil be disengaged by
business, under hisown name and for his own ,ac- the first of April. ad wtouhl like a situation in a Dry'
count, at the Store No 141 Front street. Giods store.a, Salesman r ,Accountiant, dr as Clerk
WAWM P BLODGET. in a Commuissiun store. Apply at the Journal coun-
EZRA WHEELER. iing room. f24 3wd .
New York, February t6ihmb1,336 1f26 ails t
New York, February h. 3e h 26 r wis OTICE TO MANUFACTURERS-A Weaver
OTICE.-The subscriber having received from NI. who is competenttotake Chargeof the Wavy-
N MAILLER & PAINE and JOHNIS MILLER, an assign- ing department in a Cotton Manulttctlorv wishes to
ment of all their property for purposes therein spei- obtain a situation as such, to commence on thie Ist
fied, requests all persons having demands against of April next pi.i. :.. s -., .. r. r and skill
either .t them topresent them within sx mionlhs fron Ithe nmos: ....- th I d , h, .. i" thlis vl-
from the date'of the assignments and execute Ire tnity. For nime and residence apply at the .lonr-
leases, or they will be precluded front 'any benefit I Clounng Room. 124 tf
under the same, and all indebted to make payment na" n---r e r o i a n.
to him. T W ANTED--Eithler immediately or in a few
f3 GEO. W. JACKSON, Assignee. weeks, a.colored woman as servant in a sniaill
OTICE- persons a ueeaccuns family. TIe situalon will he a cfitrnle one,
O1GE-All persoane aounsg unsetl acn and those only need apply wnho can eornn well re-
's vlth ie ie firn of DAVID BAnuroN & Co.- commended. Apply at No 127 South Main street.
Also. all indebted by notc, as well as atll holding N6 dtf t
notes against said late lirUin, are emruestly en-quiesed
to call at No 6 and 9 Wsti Water street and adjust _'EWLP WVANTED FOUR A WOOLLEN MILL-
the same with DAVID BARTON, .L A finisher of Satineis A person wlto can
f126 Surviving partner, come well recommended wi e meet with go,,d en-
SOTI Th courtigemrent. Also, two Spinners and a Ginger.
OTICE-The subscriber having received ftrou Apply to SAMSON ALMY. f17 tf
GEORGE PAINE, an assignment of all his proper- WANTED
tv, for purposes therein specified, all persons having Second bhnd Throste Frame in good rutnina
demands ire requesicd to present them, and all per- A order about 72 spindles, for ,hch a fair pric
sorts indebted to make payment to hii. pe- oA rabotu32 spindles, for which a fair pule
so indebted to make OMASRIVERS. will be given. Apply to W XK POTTER,
f II 14 Cannl sireel.
NTOTICE-The subscriber hereby gives notice that WANTED IMMEDIATELY.
le has received from GEORGE G G/nisan ats- A Snart active Lad. Apply aHtL
ignrnent of his property f9r the benefit oh his credi- X -BUTTS & LOCKWOOD'S,
tors. as'specified by deed 0ofassignment. All persons 113 N N 9 Arcade.
; -, I .,, .,;, i,, ,I t G unn.,are re(eu estd ,, ., re
,, : ., ,,,, 1 .. I 1 ,,,, .. ,. hI ,, ,I, v. I t .n r dl ib e ai
I. I .. i ,-.. I 1, ,I I .r I 1 ..\i 1 .. ....: i- lib e
1 L ,. L .. L' I ., -I 2 Soutth W after st. % a e: A..,r .t .,Lr frh t. 10 '
Providence, Feb 22d,,1836* ff 4 t SmN h Wr'N & CO,
Providence, Feb 22d,183 4 9 No 20 Soutnh Water street.
NOTICE-Tihe Coparmtnership of Cyrus PEcnc, V.NTED
Agent. was dissolved by mutual consent on the AN activeLad 17 years of ae in a whol-
l4th inst. All the accountsuofsaid firiun myill be set- AIN active Lad 1o no 17 years f age in a nele-
ted by rts AllPtheek, whI s if lly ani orised b) c- A sale grocery store-good recommendations, will
lee and b y Cyrusall demands aaes said firm. to col- e required. Apply at this office. f tN
fl9 CYRUS PECK. A Fenmale Teacher to take charge of fifteen or
sTUTS-Thesmbsc-riberofiers|'ersnule n icAhnonnds A twenty pupils in a school lo aled abhoot I miles
iU ofdefferentrkinds;new English Walnuts; Fl-d front Providence. A satisfa-tory compensation
berof and Crentis, by thequannty or at retail s will b given to any lady v wh is desiruns of obtain-
low as can be purchased. thequantty the situation, who can connud satisfactory
o as can b CALVIN W e purchaseBULLOCK, references r specting qualifications. The location
C12V INJ ULLOCK' of the SChool is pleasanr and h.hal.he. A line di-
S-f25 No 30 South Main street. f n ,c school is pleasn t unil h, h.. i. A ltne i-
Bt ,Rrnd lfatis 5 fi e ill t oct A iint

WTINES-The subscriber offers for sale, a good
assortment of pure Wines, by thequartercask,
keg, or at retail, as low as can b be buht in the city.
f 25 No 30 South Main street.
UTPLAND COTTON-93 hales prime Upland Cot--
ton, now landing and for sale at No 10 South
Water st, by MANTON & FISHER. f27
MACHINERY EOR SALE-8 4-4 Cotton Power
Looms of first rate materials and workman-
ship, for sale by R J PECKHAM,
8 ro127 2wisa No 22 South Water street.
PEW FOR SALE-No 41, situated in the North
Broad Aisle of first Baptist Church, will be sold
low if applied for in a few days.
f27 tM3 N o 14 Nonrh Main st.
STOCKS WANTED-20 Shares Roger Williams
SBank; 20 do Manmui.nturers do t10 do Mechanic
and Manufactuhrers do; 15 do American Insurance

Company. For which a fair pice will beigiven by
A IB DIKE, Stock Broker,
f27 15 Ml'.rket Square.

I eted toI E 13. andll t at Ul 0U 1 cu, W1111 111e a "1191
prompt attention, f8 dtf
of' a Coitun Manufactuiring- Establishment .of
about 100 Loons in first rate ordrr, t-, commrence
about the first of April. To a man of undtuhled
qualifications, good encouragement will Ie given-
none others need apply. Apply at this office.
f9 dtMIl
MACHIN IS't WANTED-Wanied to lure a
wood workman, as Foremaniofra Shop. Such
a ran., who is thoroughly experiencd, steady, faith-
ful and energetic, 1may hear of a good andi perminia
nent situation bycalling at the Journal office. f5 tl
M ACHINISTS WANTED-Wanted to hire, 2
good finishers in:Iron Work. Inquire-at the
.Journal Coun iing R10om. j9 tf
A SI'UATION WANTED-A person libeing ac-
qiuainted with Cotton business generally hirotugh
the mill, such as starting and calculating wearing,
bel ing & drumming of factories in tlie newest style,
wishes to obtain a place as Superintendent of a
M 11. For further information inquire at the Journal
C ontinr rnnm. i3

s CREDITORS of thle Estate of William Harris, T"OTICE.-Cyrus Dyer having sold, his interest
are notified that a dividend is payable on the pre- .'il the stock orf mnerchantise belonging to OlnJy
ferred claims by the Subscriber.vM Dyr Co. to Thomas J. Stead, it bfcome-s nte-
S PATTE essary to close the accounts of Olney Dyer & Cr,.-
FILBERTS-ABEL FOS7 ER others for sale We thierefiore particularly request all persons h:mv--
350 lbs IFilberts; 15 drums fresh Figs; I hhl sodai ing demands against us )o present them for sctle.'
Crnrk-terst 1 do burier do; I do sugar do. for retailing melit, All persons ind ebnd to said coimany wil
am No 38 South Mlain street f27 p ease cl iat.t l le counting roomn tif Dyer ( Sicaad,
at No38 South Ma street. 27 27 Markett sirtIi Wiere they' will find thlireaconnis
. BTUTERT-J-ust received keg .ood Btir: r100 ready for settlement. O;MlIEY )'JE1R &.CO.
it l bs lump BRuter; I hhd Moscovado Molasses. Providence, Jan I 3m j29,
first rate article, for sale at No 38 So-ith M in st.by
e y-will occupy the Lcuflts of Stuoi6s Nno 40 aund 42
e PERM OIL AND STARCH-1500 gallons Win- Pne street % run t tihe store reodr o-cpieplby bi uith
0ter and fall st rain' d first qualniy pure Sperm Oil; in William street, is rebuilt. They hope to receive
50 bbis Wrighn's Star h, for snile by ,.rly shipments of Domestic Goods.and are prepat-
2d 7 i R s N u PE S KHiM, ed to extend the usual facilities to shippers.
S 2 mn272wis No 22 South Water st. New York. Dec 19th, 1835 d22
Ie 25 Tohs extra Leaf Lard, (his day receiviru for CROCKERY, GLASS WARE, '&. .
'J sale by RC READ. TUSTreceived anti for sale very low, Canova Din-
Ss2 2 Washinuaton Row. J ner Ware in full sets, different colors, brown,
S LOUR-250 bbis Western Canal and Baltimore green ario d light blue and purple, and purple Tea
SHoward Street Flour, for sale by Ware; Looking Glasses; one hundred and seventeen
27 SETH ADAMS, Jr. do. Glass Knobs; variety of Glass Ware, common
A Few half bbis Philadelphia Buckwheat Flour, pand good, that will suit thoseCthat buy to sellagain.
r- f27or sale2 WashintonRow. d3 6d&TrT No 95 High street,
S400. Drums fresh Figs, receiving this day, or W M. N. ANDROS having retaken the stock of
C 4 sale by R C READ, the late concern of WVrt N ANDROS & Co. will
f 2 Washington Rot". continue on his own account, the manulaciure anndl
sale of Varnish for all purposes. -
d IVEW GOODS-PERR Y'r FULLER, have Orders for Coach, Furniture, Chair, Picture Gild-
1 just received 10 packages Dry Goods of the la- ers, Hatters and Japan Varnishes promptly attend-
test importation, among which are splendid English ed to. Raw and boiled Linseed Oil and Spirits Tur-
and French prints, French Cambrics. English Ging. pentine, constantly on hand and for sale at No 3
hams-togelher with many other articles which are Chesnut street. Providence. J30 dlf
y oHered for sale low at Nos 15 i4- 59 Westminister IMPORTANT TO THE LADIES.
OTTON-r ba esU land E. landi n "OWEN & SMITH have on hand and are daily
CO''TON-io'halesUplandn Cotton,andm l manufacturing a.t their establishment, No 87
for sale by B D WEEDEN, SouI Main street (up stairs) Ladies Gaiter Boonts,
_33iarket st Shoes and Over Shoes, warranted impervious to wet
A B DIKE, Stock Broker, t1 lMlarket Square,- or damp. Also, a variety ofClothing,, such as Coats,
Will make liberal advances, when required on Caps, Pantaloons, Leginms for wading and swim,-
all Stocks consigned him, for sale at Auction, or nring, Belts, Air Beds, Cushiuns. &c. All of the
t private sale. f 27 above articles made to order, tit thie shortest noelic.
India Rubber Slioes Repiired in a' workmanlike
(2RISWOLD'S PRAYERS-Adaple to various manner. Cash paid for old India Rubber. .123
occasions of social worship, flr which provision RY
is not made in the book of Counmon Prayer. A FACTORY* h
new and beautiful edition, enlarged and revised by ANTED-A F'lanneo r Sallet Factory, with
i the author, just published and for sale iv vv waer-power, capaole ofearrying two or three
JOHN EDWIN BROWN. setasof machinery, for which a flir rent will bewpaid.
Successor to Mamrhall. Brown & Co. One with machinery would he preferred.
N B. A few copies elegahtly bound in calf, gilt h WOOL. -
elies. 27 For sale-15.000 lbs Stin'rna,
6,000n Ibs Buenos Ayres, picked,
SEA ISLAND COTTON-25 bales Sea Island i0,000 lbs do do do
3 Cotton, for sale on favorable terms ith Aso-Sundry other WVool, of l qualities.
A fOR.: --3000 hnshtels prm.e Mtaryland Corn, on Milton, January iI", f. a- ..-
I hiboard schr Richmoind, for sale by 1 ACHINFRiY FOI SALE-For sale by the
f28 GEO S RATHIONE. i.r East Greenwieh Manufacturing Co. three
Brewster Speeders; two Arnercan do;- one Drawingm
OTTON-29 bales prime Upland Cotton, iust re- Frame; four Cards. The ,above machinery .are a'l
t r ceived per brig Rominulns froinm inQn-l1h nu| rin good running ordeal, anill be soil low, if ap-
f,26 salc by WAT'ERMAN I '.A i. '' t' plied for soon, DANtFL GREENE, Agept.
26 4 ..i..', .', East Gr c nwich, i'..n. JtAi

managersrs' O)fice
PROVIDENCE,- R 1 February 27. 136.
TiHE foll-vivmn are the drawn nu,,mhcrs in the
C asss No 250. -
t. ir,1 4ITh arih ah 7".,t 'th tIh hltth lit h
21t53 69 6S 18 67 49 39 64 2 10
f.29 A .(AtI K PHALEN & ;Co. iMannasen




Iron in advanlae on, or exchange lor ntanulaclurl
on thimiost favorable terms. f' 6 l irlmi n
,, ATlNE'l' WARPS--0(1 ,ards, pter weelI of in
e N irt t Warps. en beu furnilslhd, made. Irrom n
stock niIld warranted to suitn riitver;y respec:l; thosci
want will plenas cillion NEWEfIL & BARROWS
Canal street, or .on S l'. WV FOSTER, back. olf t
Old Market House, where sufficient ref he given to those whri are now using the warp;, i
regard .to the quality, c. ie- (5.

-r.-- I-~

At 4f o'clock, r M. at 23 Franklin House.
- .Granted by the Legislature at the January Ses-
lass No 251, tn he drawn in Providence, on Mon-
day. February 29th, under the superintendence of'
Ithe Secretary el Siine.
1 $12,000 I 10 150
: 4000 26 120
1 2010 56 100
:1 31800 56 50 ,
1 O160 56 40
1 1500 56 30
SI 1200 1 56 20
--1 1")00 2296 8
1 01 300 15400 4
S10 200
18040 prizes, amounting to $128,128
66 number lottery-10 drawn ballots.
Tickets, ,4-shares in proportion.
-. JAMES IALEN& CO. Mianaaers
CONTINUES to distr.bnte the genuine Balsam
for all theiills of life, This prescription will be
fiund to p ssess all the virtues of the genuine Tar
water, Daffev ElixirnMorrison's Pills.Goigh Candy,
Chamomile Pils, Iay and Martin's Blacking, Asth-
natic Pills, Medicated Skins. Tooth Ache Drops.
Rewland's Kaleydor. India Rubber Plasters, Ice-
and Moss, and all those popular remedies which
re so certain to cure disorders to which fleh tshe r.
This remi .dy will be found peculiarly adapted to all
irok'en, im paired or empty pockets, to which it Irm-
parts a robust linine-it will lengthen life many
yuars by'keeping off poverty. It will core the me-
rihrns or blue devils, when even brandy.has been
known toi fal. It, will be found to I,j,;lgh spirits
and a craving arpeiile, for version a ti'z>en peas?
especially. We do not assert that it:., :. '. broken
bones, bnt it will do almost every thing else; and
further particulars may be known on application at
the NEW CORNeE, opposite the Frankhn House.c
where every attention is paid to customers.
Tickets in all licensed Lotter.es, for sale either
singh', or hby the package, on the most accomino-
latinig terms.
Orders from abroad, will receive immediate atten-
tion, and be executed with the same fidelity and de
patch as on personal application, and printed listis
if Drawings forwarded tb Correspondents, free of
I ,. nt- ,r ofTickets in the School Fund Loteries
is fixed for'the present week, as follIbwE:-
On MONDAY, $4.-Highcst prize $12,000
On -TUESDAY, 2 do do 5.000J
On WEDNESDAY, I .do' do 3.0t)
on TH L, R tD.A 1, 4 do do 12.00
Fi,, FIl1) \Y. 4 do do 10 000
,, S ITI I'\Y 8 -lo do 15,00o
r..fi,, r l I : inany of the above Lotleries.
will reeve the utmost de"sntatch, i!' addressed to
f2 2 THOMAS DOYLE, Providence, R 1.
J. L. .C LA RK'S
LITERA TURE L 0 T'l ERY. Class 8.
Ti be drawn Feb r-.6-drawing rec'd this evening.
Highest prize 6,000. and 20 cf 500. Tickets 82.
To be drawn'Felb 27-received to-miorrow evening.
1 prize of $30,000 1 2500
1 8,000 1 1017
1 4000 I 100 10001
1 300 10 500
Tickets t0 dollarF-shares in proportion.
GRAND CON LOT'iTERY. Class No 5, Ex.
To be drawn- Feb 26.
1 20,000 1 2 2000
1 10,00 1 1640
1 300 j 10 1000
Tickets53.-shares in proportion. ,
lu be drawn March 3d. -
1 5,000 I 1 2000
1 1,500 1 o0 500
Tickets 82 50-shares in proportion.
LITERA TURE L OTTE 1?Y, class No 9.
Ti be drawn Marcht 4-drawinug rec'd 6th.
Highest .prize $6,000-Tickets $2-shares in pro-
To be drawn March 5
I prizr of 25,001) I 1 prize of 2500
1 7,0001 'I 2000
I 41Q00 1, 1000
Ticketa nt8-shares tn ropo'rIlotion;
--'~ Cr-"r,'pend'i/r 'in lrop'tun may hbeassured of
1, ,- t r i ih,. ,'-1 1 .t .. .. the m ail .arriver-
u,.,. r i. ur .- h-I..r.. ..run t ai 2 P l. arriving
'i.- -.r ut 1 n .1, ," tcmincnt ofl' l l n draw-
ingsof uLL'ar sE LoTTERIEs ol ithe day will be lor-
warded to those who request it, at the expense of
newspaper postage only.
The School Fund Lottery draws every day at
half past 4 o'clock, P Ma. and ilhe price of tickets ini
each, will not ditlfer materially from thr- following-
Price nf Tickels on MONDAY, fpur dollars
Price of Tickets on TUESDAY, tu-o dollars.
Price of Tickets on WEDNESDAY. one dollar.
Price of'Tickets on TH-URaSI AY, fire dollars.
Price of Tickets on FRIDAY, foubr dollars.
Price of Tickets on SATURDAY, eight dollars.
For sale in every variety at wholesa e and re ail,
Old EEstablished and rubl L'ucky Ofice.
A discount allowed to those who purchase, by th(.
Orders by mail, or otherwise, will always meet
with the samine prompt and confident a] attention,
as though personal applications were made. .
Please address .J L CLARK, Providence.
School Fund Lottery, class 243.
46 12 10 8 31 32 5 66 57 39 51 55
one number 4 dollars
School Fund Lottery, class 244.
6.1 49 71 22 32 14 60 43 68 47 55
one number 88.
School Fund Lottery, class 245.

23 27 6,0 63 17 15 11 26 30 7
one ntamber $4
S-chool Fund Lottery, class 246.
26 37 20 49 57 5 61 28 16 25 2 45 32 1
one number 3 1 .
School Fund Lottery, class 247
25 64 4: 47 22 20 2 46 13 24 37 33 3
one number 2 dollars.
School Fund Lottery, class 248.
42 50 15 51 43 57 29. 52 38 5 34 2
one nuniber 5 dollars.
School Fund Lottery, class 2.49.
46 4,6 57 61 54 209 58 2 5 5 63 14 35l
ite number b 4. ,-, .-1.
School Fund Lottery, Class Nou 250
21 5G ,63 68 18 67 48 39 64 2 10
one number 88.
Grand Consolidated ]Lottlry. class 7.
?7 I 52 10 'I1 6'(i 67 72 8 23 69 36 1d 31
oune number 5 dollars.
irlaiware Stale Lottery, class 7
S 12 -94 21 71 8 73 24-1 50
one number -2 .iu.
Grand dotnsolidated Loltery No 8.
43 59. 35 40 60 22 I1 10 5-4 0
one nuunber .$5. _
Lnterature Lottery. No 7.
47 20 1 St 9 50 7 66 36 18
one nurtber 2 dollars.
S Virginia StateLottery, No 4
iO 21 33 54 27 52 23 12 37 1I
one number 10 dollars.
I Mnreand State L.otterv, No 4
26 54 36 59 31 35 69 25 13 24
one number 85
Cash paid for prizes-no matter where purchasr-'
as soon .as calledI for, and that too without innpor
tuning the. holder to reinvest: For convenience
accomnnnodation and Capital Prizes, pleasei cUall at
Old Established and Truly Lucky Office.
UtiiUnion Building.
A very fair set of comfortable prizes, were distri
buled from the above drawing's, among them ont
ofonu-thousand in a whole Ticket-and several o
smaller denomination.
..t Orders by mail respectfilly solicited-plans
address to J L CLARK.
GAY & GALLAWAY, have taken t,. -,.r..,,.
Fire Proof WVarehouse of Ogden, r.- .....
Co. cornel of Whilehall and Bridge streets, NE1
Yonn, wheIe they are prepared to receive and ad
vance on )romI estic Iron Miatrnufaetunies, consiniie
Sfor sale. They have replenished their Stock df Iroi
Steel, &c. fron recent importations, and oflber thei
former entire soIck, partially injured at the ilate Fir-
ads atld' no n manfaimfuritg pul poses, consisturg p
Sweers. Rirsir,, EnHlish and American Bar Iro
Teell o'f very ulu.ricrnpuion; Rods, Hoops and Sl|m(


iL--. To let, a cn.vi-vni nt tenement on the
I.)lower floor in a new house on the corner of Pr
S.uth and Convenient stress. Edr'I .
Po pleasantly situated ar(nd very convenient. with M
vard room and a well of good water-it will'be rent- -th.
id low to a good tenant wih a srtll family, Ap- j
ply R EBBEN SI01MONS,. urn. be
near tihe opremises.
Who has on hand, at all lim s, doorsdrioor Frames q
Window Frnf nn anerryd Satres made of the a n est of silk
lumider, andwebill be sod, wth a pon as good near it snd as can wU
lie hrou hl in ih-s cia i n2l mtf .1,
c oe. There icr.bs lso Dfis orsale,use n wellar th
wha.70 feet aon e, near thevill a ed o Patu xet, th
Iah ho mils60 fromet ronhvidence, on sting of i Stn
3 sries hi, acre ol god lculanted for well oadap cton hil
..-...mulberry trees and the nak ng of silk,
.. ,.....a is a mansion HBriPe A4 feet frint and 37
wide, well brilt, with r good Barn near it and arI 'u
Ic- Ihotte. There is rlbo a Disitll House near th
wharf. 70 feet long Irb 35 widr uard IS f1ret Posis, a
Malt horse 60 fr-t long lIr 25 rect ridebtnih irfsroni
3 siories hit h, w\- ell calculated or woaeaving ifcritton
,gods or for a silk esTabhishmrnii. Also tawo dwelli ,. e
Hous-es near th,se builoin.,s;i a Slor, 40 by 30 feel. -)
2 slori,.s hih; a Ci,,omri's shopt anil 2 R rns. p
For further articuiars abhur the -sbove dies'cri-
ed property, and for t-rmns. apply to JTiHN WHIP, ]y
PLE anId RErBErt H Ivrs, Esqrs. in Providence, or oi r,
the subsriber on ithe premises,.
[12 nITtf RPHPAI'rW OWEN. !
--'t Anil os, S-ei-suri gi n on ithe26th March -a
I l A D 1836. a Cotlon Factory. three stories
j_ 1~IhtOh fitly feel long, and twenty eight feet
wide, awib a Picker house joining the factory, all in
comapl teordr r. ail i a 20fieeit wheel and main c'er
Ing, drums andt salia. all inost new. The machineI
in Ihe rmil is abouI 900osp niles tnd 21 lomnIt, rgeth
er wih ihllie apperausthereto belonging to Olepy af.
Hend ick. The eal sintr belongs to the subscriber;
ihcrea'lt two large dwelling houses, one barn, one o
saw mill n good order, and two stores, two sheds
.and one cotton t rose, wo orchards, together witl
about sixty three acres of land, situated in the town c
of Exeter, Counivof Washinaton, Stateof Rhode- ic
Island, seven miles wesi of Wicklord, on. the ten
rud road, and twenty miles front Pr,,vdence. Said T
pro riy is known l;y thie name of thie Alhbro nill,
and is to be let ou reasonable tern'ms nl a ime- lease
given if wanted, by THOMAS A LAWTON.
Exaeier, January 1st, 1836 MiAl
l~1 "ti Ils celh braled Farm is siiuatcd in the
... .1 of Senrlate, on thie Turnpike leading
.J __ .....i. l. : to Brooklyn, Con. tv-r-
.i ,, ii .. S i..... and -..0- 11 r haboutn _, "
S .- ...i llt s ilof w h cl ..... ,,,. ,r poiri .-
(ilualitv tonuyin thIe Countiv of r-,.,i ,.....,., '
uic hailfofwhich is covered rweilth .- ,, i '.
Nwood; ha larig tre nud cominodirus I ,, ,I,,, ,I:,, h -
I 'pair, anrl uld be sold al a moderte prior
if -. u -I for stun. Inuinir- of the subsrronll th r
premises. THOMAS H RHODES. h
Scituate, Feb 1, q36 bMtf ti
Tih subscriber ofIers lii sale. the Farm b
on wi ch hli now livn. siinatd in th' h
_._t w esierly part ofNorilhPreovidence, on the. A
antaruinri and Providence turnpike road containing
ahnbout 80 cresofgoood land, will proportionen foi w
farming ........ wilh a supply of water and wood s
a good I I.... house, b ern, crib, ice house anr!
other convenient buildings. The fnrm is'we I frne- a
ed and in geod hnsliandlike order. It is a desirahle
sitnuim itf ,r a pr-w n washing a seat in thie coun r\
fitn, .. .. .... ,-,,- .11 be sold low and upon favor-
able terms. Apply to .
fl5o ilf on the prnmis-es.
SSlore No.64 Canal sitriet, 20 feet front by h
hl60 in the rear, with aC Ilar the satie s'ze, o- r
cup ed by Stl)i Howard. Also. a Stable in the real i
recently occupied as a Livery Stnile. Apply to
n90 mstf J B DORRANCE. p
Cminer of Union Bnilding-., Providenc,'. R I.
T" ie drawn Feb 29.
Sprize of $20.000 1 2000
S 10.000 10 500
1 3000 1
Ticket, 85, shares in proportion.
DELA HARE S TA TE L 0 TTER ", class 8
To bh r. r',rwn M areh' 3d.
1 prize of $5,000 { 1 prize of 1500
1 2,000 50 500
Tickets $2 50, shares in proportion
To be drawn March 5.
Sprize 25,000 1 prize of 2500 r
1 7 000 2000
1 4 000 I1 25 1000 "
Tickets 2 dollars--shares in proportion.
T'o be drawn Monday. Feb 29.
l prize of'rl2,000. 1 of .10n0. f-c--tickets -4 dollar.
To he drawn inTue-day, MVlarch 1.
1 prize o('5,000. 5 ofa200.-Til'hets 2 dollars.
To Ire drawn our Wednesdai. Marlch 2.
1 prize of$3,000. 1 otf t000. Tikev-is I dIlars.
To be drawn o Tlhursd'iv. March 3
Capital 11, 000, I of 4000: 1 of 3000. 50 of 80t, &c,
Tickets 6 dollars, shares in prn)p,,rion.
To Ie drawn on Friday. March 4
I Capital 88.000, I of 2.000, 1 of 1500, 20 of 500.-
STickersas3-shares in proinliiion, I
To be draw n Sanurrlv, Mn'rch 5.
Capital 15.000, 100 of 500. Tickes $8, shares inn
5, For sale in ever variety at CARLTLE'S,
Long L ,' ,; ,.... r fortunate Office, Cur-
ec I ...... B.uildine.
f A liheial discount made to thuse iN ho rurchaso It
thI package; and in every instan-e, ia ievir. Ina
o friends and pairons may Ie assurl, thttht the rnost
profound secrecy, will always boobserved wlien de.
Co'respondents, who may desire Qficial Lists of
itrawmigs. can nlwa'as receive hr hiem, hliuir ihy- re-
quest the same othe-wisc uhey c-'n have te lisl rtI
v drawn numbers ol the precedinri wie k. anld a li-il ll
d olteries iout to be drawn, atl te expense of news-
1 paper postage.
All acquired information, in regard to Luoteri s.
r &c. will be cheerfully g ven.
e. Gold houhit and sold.
f Bank l Bils exam inrd r-rais-all kinds of foren
I ,ank notes exchanged as usual, upon tre ousre lib
lt r I erins.
s All urdrrs for tickets in any of the popular Lyi-
S series of thie day, imust'be address i ra i r r irn lrlic-
u ular i ten onr, liI FY CAILI L ,
(i ( ro-ni"r mi(-if It ion Fh iiufngs Provar'rb ur. ,l I.
VO W, FOX iHb rs for srui-, P-iv No t1u i- rI"r
Spiirsih' BapliS uen g iihouse ilr-aunilly alttiaild
e within thu body ol tiehiouse. '
un aso, one Share in tIhe Whitaknr estlale, so called,
n i1 Chluipside, which entitles the proprietor lto a lree-
"luid. 2 istf

-a1=1 FOR SALE.-Aquarr arrn tru flie Gia-
nite B.tilding, corner of No)rh hIr ,',' .i ," T
.lj and Market square. A Lot on I r.n. ia '
HilL -Terms accommodating. Apr Iv t
nl7 itf. Corner of South ainin ai:,l C. ll,,e sit.
m A dwelhin. H-,use ami Lot, situaed on
P'ne street, oppose te the Pine street Acade-
i,..,-the hot se nearly new. weall finished
and very convenient for two families, with wood
house, and the best well of water to wash or to
drink in the city. Also. one Pew in the Richmond
Street meeting house. Possession eiven the first of
April next. For further nartietul-irs iniuireof
f2 MTistf No 13 Wybosset street.
A A situation, consislin-- of a large and ele-
a gant dwelling House,Tailor's Ship and store.
ah nearly new, situnted in North Killinely one of
the healthiest and most delightful planes in New
England,and ts locations for irade is one ofthe most
desirable in the State, as it issituated in the centre
of a large and increasing manufacturing district.-
Possession of the store can be hind ituniediately, to
gether with a small stock ofgoods. For terms, ap-
ply no BYRON WHEATON. on ite premises, or
dll2 tf GEORGE CADY, of Pomfret.
L---a Ti, H unse art Lot No 120 South Main
I m'' sit,--.:I. .1 little north of opposite rhe GC m-
1 .'.. r ii 'Bank. The house.is three stories
-i, ,1 i...-,, -. I two in rear. built ofbr k and siuine
in the most subsiantial manheii, in modern style,
and in good repa r, wilth wood houses. il'c. Terms
liberal. For further information, apply at No 17
North Maiti street.
L.a The House in Pawtuicke', Mass. known
-...- lie Davenport houae, with barn, &c.-
] Ti., house is well calculahld for an exten-
sive boarding ho us,, or for two or three private ten-
emenrsa Possession given on the 20-h of 4th moI.
next. Apply to TRUESDEIL & RHODES.
2 mo-13 tf No 32 Market street,
"- The Pawtacket Chronicle is requested to pub-
I sh the above one mronr h and send the bi to this
r'ffire for pavnm'nt.


BY GEO4 Sr RATHj1 lIfts1

ll1 1), sold TlHIS DAY; 0 iMtdav i.fehra' ry lth',
3200 bushels ;,riut Virgiitia Girn. nargo of scif
chnm. nd. Sale to comimefice ai (i o'clock.
B13Y MAk tIN S~r'Os DDAlit & CO,

-. PEWS.
n F'RIDAY; Match 4th, at 12 o'ilbock, on the pre-
Two Pews in the Pine st. Baptist Meeltitg house
S28 and 29, eligible situated ih the Broad Aisle,
'hout reserve. Conditions at sale. ..'.
ir sale at auction on MONDAY. March 21st at
12 o'ilo, k, niron, on tie premises, bv virtue of thn ,
power given in a mqrigaue Deed. mrtde hb Jftneas
Marlin. On the 4th March, i4qs, to .the spibcriber;
as Administrator on the estate of Joseph Matiin.
A Lot of Land on the west side of Chespni tfrtett
Provideinee fifty feet in width and one bfindri-d
dl eighty feel in depth, it being.the vicalt lot niki
ith of the dwelling hbos, of said Jaites Martin.
Atiso, one undivid.-d half of enlot of Land on the'
ttli .side of Paw'uxet street, fifty feet in Wvidth,
d from one hundred and twenty. otie to o'n..hun-
"d and twenty Feven feet in dupfhl bouildifti, east-
y on land ofNaih.niel Btastow, and westerly o "
id of Thomas.I Stead.
Also, three small lots and one tnditvided half of
other small.1 lot, situated directly in rear of the la's"
mentioned lot.
And also; on the samedyv, immediately after the
le of the above, will be sold on tie pi r-iises,-.v
tue of the power given in anitlher tnortraae deed
the sam, date, by the said James Malrin. toin m
Adininistra'or of the estate ofl Josf.h Martin, a i
of Land on the south side of .Pawtuixet siteet,
rty eight and a hblf feet wide on Pawiuxet street,
d ninety eight and an half feet wide ith tie rear,-
d bounding on the hole west litp. on ,a twenty
ir feet street, it be n'g the lot-next test of the,
selling house of Hirhm Barker.'" Contlitins 'ti
f 5 MiTts
m Under the atuhority and direction of the.
I'. Honorable Min cipal Court of the city of
evidence, the subscriber will sell at public
action on the premises, on the seventh day, of
arch next, at 11 t'clo.lk. A M. eall. or so much of
ree lots of Land ori Smitilb's Hill, in said Provi--
ence, which John Pret-man died seized of. is mnay
necessary o pay hisiiist debts and incidental ex.
nses. Said Lots are Nos 14, 16 and 1.7, on a plat
ade by Isaac Mathewson, Apri l Iilh, A D 183O,.
funding t northerly on he onld Ktillintlv tiod, on
which is a building suitable oI hIercinwerled Inio a
welling, westerly on land, of S G Miiarti iand Mul-
trry street, southerly on land if.lesse Ilreall and
hers, easterly on land of Cdlvin Drlah and Otlhers.
ey being the same loIs itI ,I,, i,.... .1 r. chasedsd 2o
itanfo:d Newel and "'. il.i.r.. F'. ihlii 'Teinms
ade known at rinoe and place of satlir.
i26 MTtS EDWARD RaNiD.ALL, Adinir.
ndei' the advice and direion ilf thlle Hnn Mithiri-
pal Courtn, i the city of Provid-r nc: there will hi
sold at pulhlic sale. on SATURDAY, Iltrich 921ti
at 11 o'clock, on rth,a pnraimn'i
The remaining 1,,,,,.., .. i i i. Dtxiri i ,.
eased, ilhird part .i n1.. I'- i.i. -y ,'.. erl ir niaih
esxt'r's, fi Norti Prov;derinci, situate iti sail North
rovidenrrc, about ine and a carter rnilcs fr, tri heof
lai 'r H ouse. in P providence, eonl, iriin n 2i ',r-r* is
ig hbetweeti and :adioiniing each .a ,i- ii, I .
ads loiadian froii Provideoti e to F' i r,,, i i l .. '
sa, at Ihesolne 11nor and please, about 4 .asirtes f
e;rdl Land, situate o1 IMopshas.uc riutr, in -said.
ortii Providrt-nr. Terms at the lini and price of
al.. EDWARD RANDALL, ExecuEtr.
NT,,r Plrovidrlei-,-. FPh p16lh. It.fio, lf8 ri4wvtdUs
Ail, be auli ,'it aur.on on the 23 I' day of March
'n xt,, ai I o'clock, p m. on the premises, i'lair, if
not, the irst:l fair r.ays- I
-- A Housi and Lot pleasantl.y eitnntad in
ShePhenix Villasg, War ick. I h ,lotl i
3_llbao lt 1 t20 rerfront, by abour l B200 I' iilr-r.
n which there is a well finished onie shrv Itur .. .I-
y 36 feet, with a good Cellain and Wel'l o n r, ,
with wood house and other ou "I.-il .-i!r.. Ioir i ,
yonains 5 rooms on ile auroundl ..r, .. i o vth
t lodging ronomsis in thi! chamnibves. ror firtlhit
articulars, inquire oftlie sibscr.i ro I ln !. l irpi tnisesa
enns liberal and made, known trat the li in. o'.sale.
Warwick,Pu Fb 23l, 1837- fI '-7t; ts
.l5 ni "r i '-f'r,:'; i, / rI:.E -

here will be sold at pubhli auction, on SATURl
DAY, lhof26th day ofBlIarc eliixi, 'at 12 ocloi't-
.... i rm ,,i i 1 .r.l ;r : i'. r, i.K im h tbal

n Ii. rt d .ot dur- r ,ln;,I ,, I. ho "
o c ntninis aio .i i i. ii in t ed...tild
..11 ,,:. ., i . [r I. o w ing r .. ti l-
ay annually; is vael watered witli a -t[ -. I "a-
er, that never failed upon the farm is n la riget iaii
iv of fruit, con string of apples, peers, ir ,,r,.
ine. lot of cherries, of almost every O, i 'I I.'
buildings consist of ti largot anid onvenien t i (.. i l '
house, baln, eorni crili. and i.h r ui 1.i i.t i hirpe --
aso, tlere on si oi sid Farm ir ,-i -I -I
e o frll, w which l ill hbesold ., t .r i- i, .. '
,i 1 best sui tt ihe puirch aser- h -. "i I .I lr nil
unat-t abon 2 miles "roni said farm. containingl
bout five acres, suiiable 'ore i-" -, 2 1 r i r1 1 or-1
-,e. ,RTHUR KIM B].i-i. .1 ir,,, ir.,,..,.
f22 M'S '
On THURSDAY, the 3d day of March next at It
O'clock, A in the premises,
o't All that beautiful, fertile anid' exenstra
I nofarni in Bristol, called MOUNT HOPE,.
,)rirerly ihe r, side-neeof Giov B nADFOR, and naire
eceiinllv of the late JOHN BRADFORD, Esq. consist-
ing of chetIween three and four hundri-d acres of first
ate land, well proportioned, with til)- m eadow,.
paciure and wood, a d divided o.I ..dil. by slone
walls, in n lots of suitable d irueaeions.n Ont the es-
ate, is a spaciis land convericnt Mantioli tIOuse,
wo large Barnis, and every other reedful ou t eiild-
ng. There is also a vounn, productive Orchartd o
iriple) nnd a variety of other fruit frees, and i R ,.- .
sive gardens in a '-h -Il, I ,. I, 1,., l',
irm ir abounds with ..* 'i '.i, i ir-2q tir -0 .nt-
ile supplies of water throughout the seasonS, tin
early every i ricloEure, and %6i1h but little eare may
e mae de to ,,- t, considerable portions of the
meadows. ati..ti on le.East and South, by the
valers of Mountn tiayand indentc-l .1, .1.. i,* L e-,
he eslale becon aus ianinouilly, the J.r.- lr-t, .I r,.,:.r,.
ea-weed and other r marine ilantires, thIIan y oyil -
er in the counltr. Uniting such resources of fertili-
v, tio a situation, t once retired, yet near to the
commerce of the town, and cornmannding a prospect
ilniost unrivalled. for extent and beauty'ltls ealate'
cannot fail to attract there sttenttion ,is he ntetpra-
in tarmer, whoi wishesooii miike a r..ofit. il, inest-
amen of capital; the 'eoi ant we hIo desires i..n il
retireieit inroii the busls ei o f business; and *i -.' r-ha
inii rof opulence an pleastire, who woaiul e'i
himself eltone of natures tiost favored locatrouns, orn
which to t usplay Irs taste' in improvements. l'er-
isons rhr Ir-, tloi vcw tire proinises,before the' sale,.
will .i .... i.t)N S PcASc or U U BRaDro'otiD re'
siding therec, or il towdn upInRon.
Bristol. RI. Feb 10th, 1836 fl2 ,3w
The snbtnribt r, Adlituiiiseiator on thIe stale of Hen-
ry 'V Hoylci laie of Johnston. deceased, wvill sell
at pulilie aucirot, on MONDAY, tire 28ili day of
Mar'-h iext, at 1 o'clock, P t. on the premises,
i. All the riaht, title a d interest thnt aati
----~" H ,-ry died seized rind posesased. of, in te
I". I ,, ,; -, ,, i or parcel of land, e nrt'sinu.nu
'.'. ,,] ... ,* r i.... ard being 'situatetI in the-
.own ofjo, hnstonr, on bolb sides oflthIe old Killingly
rotl, aliout foer riles from Provideirce bridge, with
a twosttore dwelling' house, a store attached to the
s'm/e, together witlh a large and corivenient snibli
tltereon .ita'edin.-, or so inur'lt thereof astimay be nt-
cesary for supplying thre lefricency of thet personal
estate of 'aid deceased for the payrinltl of the dillbrs,
reitli incidrinal charges. Said premises being leatel
in rhe nidst of in'lnstrious and "growiute Irtrnters,
and in itre vicmiite f thIee flourishing and ihrifiy
rna irfair. irmg eiahablishments oftno incorsitlhrable
iai )rnititde are worthy of the artention rl ef rny oner
ifertr ,rprrse iwho wishes a pleasant arid advain~t-
.ous siturtior for a public h house, rradmig nBassness,
&i', fir wInch purposes thev are now oecnpted. For
furhcer parrirulars, inquire of the ubsecriher:
ZURIEL POT'fER, Adntinistrator.
.JI'insrone, Ferl 23d, .r3B 125 tti"

'1E[-1 shscribeis Ihave cimmienced iBrew'ne. a'
' their B ew House in Fountain street, aln1aie
read to deliver ALE AND TABLE BEEK at any
par oif Ie city, w:irralnted} o te equal to anty trail-
icreif i"der tre. Ale at 86 50 per bblh-'l'abev
Beeril alt 3 per bbl.
YEAtT and GRAINS for sale at the 1 rewer.
0 & 0 OLbIMES.
-7'_ ash will be paid for a hundreet boalsia eof
r:ord Barle ', as obuv,. ,ds ir d&sT
P[IANaO-PFor sal or to let, a second j hiout Piane;
I it ilrav b e ee a Ware Roomnl ofS& 1 RAW-
soN, Broad tirer t. 1. 6 4W

B F B r'L. G(., Siureon :liF has removed
n* "oin Wtsituiister street to the house in Presi-
'd rnit l ir'l, bIr1erily I c upid by J B W ood. d i tft
I' SON & SPO(NJR lihave jst reeiyedl 5
pieces -40 ulch Burlaps for baling to.Ini>>t










. I W, M -AMW n 'as ', - -- -W-


By the packet ship Chathlia', h-i,' arrived
Boston, u:n Wednesday. the Edilors .of the l)u\
Advertiser have received fi'es (rf London paper
to January 20, and Liviqrpool tn the 21st.
Two important appointments had been rnad
viz.-Sir Charles Pepys to be Lrd Chuncr ,II
and Mr. Pickerste:h to htn Master of the Rolls
They were awrn introffice on tire 1ilh, and I
Master of the Rolls was swornI as ,i tihe King
Privy Courncil, and oirk his seat at the, Board.
The new Lord Chancellor and tihe Master
the Rolls, have been raised to the Peerage, t
former fiy the title of Baron Clltenharn, and t
latter of Baron Langdale. The lady ol Sir J,,h
Carmpbell, a daughter of Lord Aliingei, lare
known as Sir James Searlett, has been raised
the dignity of Baroness, with tire title of Ede
The acconnis from Paris arie to tire 18th. Th
address to the King was voted by, th" Clihamhe
of Deputies, Ily a miajr,,riv of 240 t 47 On) tl
15th, the Minister of Finance laid before th
Chamber his exposition of tire state' of th
finances, by which lie showed that the revenue
was improving, noltwiithstanding the snPirlressio
of ilie lottery, and the increased' manufacture
domestic sugar.
Mr. Huniiurn, Minister of Finance, resigned
after he had presented the budget, in consequene
ofa disagreement between him and his colleague
in regard to the reduction of lthe 5 per cents.-
Thie Count d'Argout was appinled as his su
cessor. This appointment was announced in th
Moniteurofthle l8tlh. Ainexplanalion was mad
in the Chamber of' Deputies by Mr Humann an
the Duke de Broglie, which showed that this di
ference was the sole cause of the resignalion.-
Mr. Human said that he should continue to ai
in concert with the Ministry. has lie had done I'
five years, in the defense of order, justice, an
S tihe constitutional monarchy.
iThe trial of Fieschi was to commence on. th

The accounts from Spain are not. important.-
A filrther reinforcement rif troops ilad arrived
St Sebastians, a'nd it wais expected they woui
soon relieve tle post from its besiegers.
Accounts from Barcelona are to thie 8th. Gen
Mina had arrived there, ind the place was re
stored to qniet.
A letter from Bayonne', describes art engare
meant between the 6th battalir of i Navarre, an
a column of 20(10 Christinis, under Geri. Ald
ma, on the 811i, in which the latter lost 18 killed
and 30 wounded, and the Carlists 10 killed, anr
20 wounded
A chain bridge, over the River Calder, fe
suddenly, on the 171h, with a trerriend.ur crash
There were upon it at thie time, a horse and gir
a wagon and cart-, each with three horses, and
cart wi ti one hrse, which fell witli it-no hr
manr lives were lost, and only one horse war
killed. Tihe bridge cost 400).
Tire Liverpool Courier says-" The Leeds an
Sheffield houses engaged in the American tradr
are stated to have escaped, as well as the Liver
pool. houses, in the late confiaiiration at New
York It was ht firsi reported thliat some of the
Yorkshire houses were great sufferers, but there
is now reason to hope that thiat is not thi
cae." o n
The address of the French Charrbtr of Depu-
ties in reply to tlle, Kin's speech, was reporter
to,the Chamber, Jan. 8th. It is mostly an eclo
of the sentiments of the speech, in most cases
expanded by illustrativt remarks. The only
passage referring to tire relations with this conuri
try is the followin :
The Chamber regrets with your Majesty tha
the treaty of the 4th of July, i31i, lias not ye
received its criplete xrecution. In tfe friendly
mediation (if. Great Britain the Chamber has seei
a resh proof of the alliance which marks Iblth
kouinlr., Tihe declarations contained in a re
cent act enable uis at length to hope for a termii
'nation equally honorable to lwo greiit nations.'
The debate on tle address was assigned fnir tihe
I IIh. and 1,ghti i.-n t. ers i. :. d:1 .j Ot r rii'iin -
.' peak .r. ar s n ..d ini i n i n tile d .1 1 1
-qrn d. Ea-ter- nl libi rs E .r, I.. n i, n l. a mnirrn
tlie addr..- Th.--r,. ,i Jl r i i, 1. -n '' t I,
A .nrie ;c ti lj-.i M d,' .. ,, i ,rr...
some p rtls .il ti, rnodr. t ,. J. i" 1t .a : r.,1,nt .
S In t 'i Ee WII.t i m s'-., ..t" lh\\ A. Iiir I '
Kbr',idr ni fr..rcr .i Siii.I ir .':..,-ii i t [ ,rt thie
". *' ah pru rplnr ,. ni a ,n in l .r d,..urn-.tl c.l tIh- l.r-t
t ye'rr. M S tilv-rt., it lio ,,l ,-t Filte [,,]Jr....
naid that, ** in tlie I' I iident's message of the last
year Firrice ihad he-n nulted, and the tiessage
i which h.i b'- n r I r.r, -ived, did rot at all, n
lis ,i r.| ,..t, re ,,,r i 11i .ioijii lie thie ite tre
thl'ir,-n ni 't.i l.n.tri rid yielded far too easily
in this dispute."
The Fr'n-. II 'ini ii i. r l have ptrcounleted an
"" 1* unemp. eied- d.i. t i.. *.Ie t Chamber of D'-rinties
The add-s. nr -r-' o llhe royal spe.-clh, was
espec airy r..ird. d 11 its language relative to
: Russi ind i, .r.d
lM. Bignoi antl M l [a Ircoort each suggested
.i r .a irldw.-rlt., F .- .... .r. .distinctly tihe nation-
t y of Pliirnd i. hilitny seem not to have been
rr'sqed MN M.iiny,.1 Ministerial deputy. tien-n
nor eJ in i .irme ii i, pi' ac ii thie second seol
is Ifneo, tet oin n, "" 1,,', inutihiate union,' the iol
lowinr v ord- .
'" This alrp.ci.uI. lirmnony gives ti tire hope,
lh.t, in .in,-.,n II, Gieat Britain and the
pnt r h t- ahe | r,i,-- i i. 'ire connected with our
oar. I '',' l rine. Sire; to restore liII eqtli-
d lil'r i"h lfrn f.p- ,r ) necessary lo tire rnainte.
n.in, : ol'he. ,. anl tlliat the first pledge o'it
Will l-e h,' rc-. ,, ,ii..n .I'the ancient nationality
of F -' lnd. c:,a c c,. r, ,1 I t treaties."
:, Firhe .In-l' le Ur...,- trenurusly resisted tihe
S nmenrliurelrt Alieirib.n-- i t as useless, unless iii-
Slenir-d t1.. be Illonr,.,i 1,ip iy a declaration of war,
s l lch w i.:, ti. ,iuln t .,f. Odillon Barr rt re.
pied i.,, thie Do.- di e B,'..'-lie in a inosi effrclive
speerch, win-li carri-nij tLhe feeling ol the Chain.-
ber eni'elyv wih him After a very poor display
by MI. L-inurtmne. Morney's amendment was car-
-edl by sr, lai,. a ntajority that the ballot was nut
calledd for.

'' BniBERt.-So familiar has the Globe and its
Sa s.; ielitte bec"n.e with bribery ,that the me.-
n;-. ment ore of ltuir partizahs follow, the line of
the" lnei duty t, lrleir country, instead of that of
-. '. parly,a lhue .iar.l r.i ,.I bribery is raised against
dlem. Th.n it is ii the case of the Pennsylva.
Snia S, n.)tors, eight iof aiom have dared to slip
the chairs, by wi.hr'i it,.e.~ were bourd to thie old
: ':'' lero, and voted ad--pendJent of the obligations
ot parry I. lri, lir ,n these papers thus tou
abue their otn n fr inn.l, Or have they become
so ctiu-tarred r.. I11. r.mie themselves that the
mmn r : "m nti one ..I i.in- cl drl -werve from the direct
line rlparil), r t.e ,tr,r,,dates promulgated by
time collar pre.s. Ia ti it i s known they have be-
come rhe subylt of ,hribery ? From the positive
style wibh ,ui iih tI,. HII-r ,Id proclaims tire charge
t) the world, omne uould be led to believe that
r they loo were in llre p,,.--sion of a knowledge
/, of tIebtibr' ol e ,.ii ..'t tlie Van Buren Se na tors
oi' Penn.- iva,,n,, l 1| .J..ubtlesshave their cue
f trom hrid qunrl.rr-, and they uloirn' since became
adepts in lnlhir trc.,i,,,, ..,r they w, )u d no ti d
S- up to public scorn egini of their most efficient
Sand resper:tablte Srtrinur in the ".rKey.steo
S ",. e. ., "c

S' One ,,f' lhse S, r.nt..rs ir an address io lhiscon-
iluenlt. us..- iOw li.,l r,,ig language, Would
to Heivpern tiar his l'mn derers. could adopt the
s.ne ith 'a- much trutl and sincerity in regard
S. o 6litrr p':rhtic. I riiii, i -.
Mr J R Bi,.,iJn, in his 'concluding para.
g.iph, alter a n... i triurhmpihaii justification in fa-
vor ol'chari.-rin' the U. S ,Banr, says, "Ihav .,
after rnui ,I r,'11 .tn n, talcen a c,,urse uninflienc-'
.ed bI r fer, ri..r, ,.r iffection--a course which 1.
S'brn'eved. ana sli believe, to be in accrrdinre
S"ilre ,: .a rm'rjorily of the reople-
ha, r i ,," l the cortserliences to ir.vacif,
my ,ar, cr,c pr -vr is. that the nmeasuret will tend
tou aa. ,., t.. interests and promote the proper
S" .j In) 1. ii ,. State," .

LAWS OF RECODE-ISLAND. f thlie destruction of Bolowville. It is the opil
- -STATE OF RHODE.ISLAND AND PROV- ion of many that, after the battle at Dunlawlor
IDENCE PLANTATIONS. tirhe Indians, procured a large reinforcement an
IN GET.tAi, AssNriBry.. JiAnuArY SEssIONtA. D. returned tr attack Bulowville. Tie amount
at 'ni36. property destroyed is immense; at Bulowvil
A AN ACT in amendment of "'An Act in addition alone the buildings are said to have cost 51100(
ilV tn, an act entitled an act prescribing the fornis Tie property destroyed during the last week o
'rs ofi writs and tie manner of serving them," these plantations cannot be less that $200,000.
Be it enirtid by the General Jqssrmbli, anrd "by
he t ,l, thority t/,.re(f it is cractcd, That an officer [For the Journal.] -
cl.arrd with iie servicefi in executlinn iII cases ARCADE LADIES INSTITUTE.
"r a here real estate shall be taken by the same,-hall iMr. Editor-- wish, through your columns, t
- in ,dirition to ihe rode now prescribed by law, call the attention of your .readers to the Arcad
h, notify said sale by causing an advertisement Ladies Institute. under the charge of Mr. Saiztvc
'" il eri.ft I be published once a week, three eelis assisted by AMiss Bishop.
of xt before thie tine paper in tile r.ionly, nearest lto where such es- highly creditable to the teachers and pupils. Th
he ttr- ,inv lie : and if rione be printed hlereinthen manner of asking and answering question
he t,, be ptiblished in Newport or Providenice. evinced a crnimendable departure from the sti
hn True copy-witne.s, reotyped method of repeating from men:ory
ly HENRY BOWEN, Sec'ry. premeditated, 'perhaps a' printed, response t
to J ,. quctestions equally famIiliar to the eye and ear c
INDIAN WAR. Ilre puiil. The subject under review was mad
Cor'espontdence of tlh' Alba.nv A.gs a topic of conversation between the instructor
e TALLAIASSI i, Feb 6 1836. and'llie student. The questions, naturally ari:
.A Mr dear Sir-Thedelay in reviving iron the "ingin this manner. were answered in the lan
e general governmenta lorceadequate tI the emer- ,ae vi d ie pupil, not of the anther; ana it wa
e iency, hias caused aI resort I exir.riordiuary neas- evident, not only that the subject matter wit
le re ci sr bodyinr lre whole arns-bea inru pop r clearly understood, but that the conclusion ,at
on illation of the lerrdniry. 'hle impression at first rived at was the result of reflection and invest
oi being enro ral. that tire savages would he speedi- gation on the part of the student, not a mer
o y subdued, the drafts oi mislia were for thirty treasury of ideas passively received from another
'l "days only That term expired the day after tire Te ready use of tlie black board in the solu
h baule on WiTaiceincble; wirhend by that cireru' tin r iof problems in Geometry, as well as i
- ance, Gen Call was c pelted to-wihdiaw Arithmetic and Algebra, afforded additional ev
Ifroma lhe scene of hoslilituJs. and return to the dence "f a kindly ] character. The question
Scpiial fort Ie purple o'raisin a mnie effective aske were not known, o the students before
ln lorce. Another dilrt was ordered for six months. hand. but their quickness and accuracy in 'h
e or till tl..clusi- of the war. The troops under use of figures would, in many instanried, hav
de this draft are now partly in camp near ihis eily, done credit to the competing house; and the fhipi
d. anxiously awaiting arms from Georgia.-Gen. iiy and ease with which geornetrical diagram
SCall expects to be able to bring his nm- force into 'ere consirictd 'in their just proportions-par
- the field next week. It has been determined that ticularly f'347th proposition of Euclid-wilhoi
t ibis force shall proceed by sea frnmn St. Marks to the aid of any rule or instrument, except the eyr
or 'Tampa. At. tihe latter place. the volunteers front the hand, and a piece of chalk, could not fail t
d Louisiana. with some U. S troops have arrived challenge especial admiration.
withirr na few days: and in connexion with these. ]i Chemistry, in the topics suggested b
e Gen. Call will strike at once into thie Indian "Good's Book of Nature," and especially in th
coultryv, with tie view of driving tire savages elementary principles of intellectual and mora
at northwardly, or at least cutting off their retreat philosophy, the examination was peculiarly Inter
d Irm nte F'.-.r'l,,.., of Sulh Florida, in the esring, and instead of the tedious mor.olory of
d narshy fasrinesses of which tire Semirnole women schonIl exercise, thire visitant was introduced t
S riad children are now secured, and inr which the rthe rare treat of an original, and, 1 might add
warriors calculate to make a final stand. The able discussion of some of the most abstrus
SCarolina and Georgia troops, with snme of the questions of human science. The person wh
regular forces, aided by some armed vessels on could have elt tle roomu with any remaining pre
Sthe St. John's river, are t o proceed against the judices or Impressiona respecting the capacities
a nation from the norlh-so lithat there issomepros. of the riutas *rt/lle at, compatible with thie ain]
pect that the enemy may be enclosed between two tiqluated and heathen notion of its ifer'iority
d lines of troops, and the ar brought toa close he- night justly have subjected himself to tire sus
fire the hot ,eathier sets in. I say some pros- inn iA sonIe radihal delebt or moral obtusenes
II pect" only-for, frnmn the sagacity and spirit with in i/is own.
which time SeIminle inmvements nave been di- 1 had intended to say something of the ori g
rected.from the commencement, 1 am niot very nal compositions that were read on the occasion
a sanguinelhat peace will le restored speedily or It mihbt seem invidious to designate particular
a easily. If appearances are not extremely decep- ones. Yet I will venture to say that there wa
S' ive. the resuAt wll verify the remark made in a one upon Education, another upon the disadvan
Sfornmer letter, writlte at an.early period of the tages of exquisite female beauty, and anotiu
d slrife,--that the coolest is a iw art of 6xttrmria hrich night harve been entitled-- Paiting fc
e crn-ilvintthe Indians, re.,olved Inot o abandonn Eiern"ty"-that would have dune credit to an
Finrida.>wiHl write that resiluti-n in characters of tur higher seiinaries. The latter was trul
r- ol.bl.ind and hirr nr, hir w which the history o f nn u' ad m irable. 'I
v obriner war of equal duration will furnish a paral- To these characteristics of the Institute, it ma
e lel. The general success whichhas attended tire not be amiss to add lite minor-yet by no mean
V measures of ti he tinatioial administration for ie. imiunltLant-advantaIges of a pleasant, ample
enmivint tlie Indian tribes beyond the Mississippi, airy, neat, and comrrrcions school room, recital
is thrown int holder relief by this awful tragedy tion roors, &c. susceptible of a comfortable temi
- olhe Seinrnies peratiuire in winter ithorutany unhealthfinil close
S l'he fightii.gfiTrce.of the Seminoles is, I per- ness "f atmosphere, convenient furniture, a sit
ceive b3 the papers.oenerally underrated,as munch "nation ait once retired, central and elegant, and
a as the charaneter of the cuels areas lighted From can conceive of nothing more attractive and de
S he best nmlrintaliinn I have obtained, through sirable. in a seminary of this kind, than the Ar
- Gen. Call and others, I feel justified in stating, cade Ladies Institotute of AMr. Saxtotn and AMis
that there are full two thousand warriors in that Bishop, whose qualifications need no further tes
t nation. In 1833, annuities were paid to 1500, timnonials than the facts to which I have already
t and'it was known that there 'were then many adverted. A FATHER.
more warriors. The young men of lie nation, MORE OF THE DEPOSIT BANKS -The Cincin
and the Indian negroes, (for the Seminoles had a nati Gazette, in an article relating to Reuben M
Considerable number of slaves anong themu)
- would now swell the fighting force at lepst to the Whitney, and the "Deposite Banks," not inaptly
Saunount first slated-and probably 2500 would rinot cnmtpares General Jackson and Whitney, witl
be more than cnriect, as there is much reasonor the late Duke of York, when commander-in-chie
.l-.. .Ii Ci,-k .I r, ,, d of .the Brilnl.m Armsn anmid In.s iin. strie ra MIr.
iil'ili.-.r irm n^- t' i [ i i't, C a. .-'k .ir' i.t l,'nr nl- .lm '-i
Thir'- d Cl l ..fIth. ,-r,1.eii .- l,-. u.I --. i .. rt'. r" im" ren-cane tI.- I.rok r and drspoti ui r
L'_d-J Ill.in, ., 1 T ll ntta [ liJ .. m i- -m rl, l..,.* I 1.. i rllfirf) .,,a m..aun r,,-.n frr llie bo,,tl prne np-I
N- lt it,,1.. i.' ,,; .n : -r.n ,r... -, .. could get. But neither the witchery ofthelaidy
t..ik r,., lin i, I i.g characteristics ofthe savage,
S. hl,. a m -.,l,.'d in his course. His' influence nor the Royal blood, or the high office of he
s v. ilh canopy, and his advice has pro- duke, overawed Mr: Bull. ,
r. 4t.lts I ..:.'.,..,n influence in the nation. Oseola, He caused the whole concern to be overharil-
'.,...n[rrm...Iy .. i 1I Powelt, is a warrior under mid- ed, broke up the trade, brought both.Royalty and
Sdile ase. who figures m.st remarkably in the bat- Royalty's mistress into just disrepute, and, ii
ties, and was supposed by many to be the princi- addition to the exposure and discredit of the par
pal chief. ties, made them subjects of his mischievous wag
Within the lst two months,I have been around gery, and exhibited them in all sorts ofcarricu
the wlite c'asit a Eas:. Flridai. on tlwe Atlantic Iu.rescalculitaed It provoke risibilily, and excite
and thle Gulf ofnMexicr.; and have been surprised contempt ; which latlersentimeut adhered to his
to find that the measures of the Seminoles have Royal Highness all the days of his life'.
been so'saiaciously and secretly arrangred-thrat What of all this? says our politician. Why
the nation lias be'n able to uin,,ke its power fell associate it with Gen. Jackson and Reuben M1
almost simultaneously at every prominent pint Whitney ? Just because the cases are a good
of'that large extent of territory from St. Augus- deal similar. Great men may be led astray by
tine on ,the ocean, around the Capes and among other parasites than a mistress; and otherbranch
the Keys, lo te mouih of the Suwane e ublic paronage may be put to sale, aswe
ithei hniad of tire Gilt.-Oi this you can ju idge for as c, ,,r ssins in the army.
yourself be reni-renrce to lie dates ofl alL tie prin Reuben M. Whitney figured, not long since
pal ,,ccirrences-suich as the massacre ol the U. in certain Congressional investigations of tin
S forces under major Dade; the attack on the Bank if ti e Un :ed Staes : and especially in
U. ;5. fonres and Florida militia under Generals do-cumer.t preparedd and presented, in the House
Clinch and Cal, aa Withlin,,chle'; tie manisa. of Representatives, by John Quincy Adams
cres L.ear Cape Florida; the demonstrations at The attitudes in which he was exhibited, assimi
Indian Key ; tie capturing of the baggage war. lted a good deal to that of one of the frail sister
ons; thi e nurudr of Ge. Tl.inm son, Lieuet Smithi, hood, whose frailties leaned more to calculation
and several iers, near Camp King ; the almost th.,ac to passion. Ou Wednesday, we re-publish.
countless al.rniies peri,elra&led even in the vi- ed 3some slatemenls of hie dealings of Mr. Whit-
ciny of St. Ausin. &c. &c ney, in the West, with the pet banks. On Thurs-
The alacrity with which volunteers have nffer- day, we added some suggestions of our own,
ed front Carol,,ina. Gerei i a. LnLisiana, is with direct inquiries pointing to the Franklin and
highly honorable to those states. and indicaive o Commercial Banks, of Cincinnati. i'The officers
much good to be accomplished by them, in con- tifthese banks have said nothing. By their s-'
nexion w th the U. S and FInrida troops, during ece thy admit ht.Reuben M. Whitney is, or
lthi I'murderous war, as it is apprnnprdialrly te n. Ia len the eir correspondent. In this cor res
ed by the iacts of there terionral legislature. I ponidence, lopine the public have some interest,
le earnt, fri i aiorrbect sorce, thant the whole because li ver it has relation to the public nmion.
force tha is now nbout to moye against te S ey. With whatsoever secrecy -mautters may be
minoles, amounts to nearly si thousand men. I conducted, when they lead to results that.must
still think that a larger force could be employed, be seen and felt, these results are ofllen ofa tell.
to the economy of ilood and treasure o but even character
h ite trisgi iaioseyd wiere htlrnds were lately s ien thei Banlt o the Uni ed Se s fr oai

b Y(rI will o course see by tie papers lhat Gen. desiledna oh tre iilic deposites, they wcre, in
erl Scorr is detailed cur this war, and lhat he is Cinrtimr, ri, anrcutni-rred ti the FrCnnlini Bar.-
now on tlIe borders of Florida. In time, t wins acertained that the Cormercial
A bill is now before tlIe Legislative Council, Balso carrine fmr a share of rhe spoils..n-
authitirizing a levy en masse of the whole arms- In furrhrer process of time, thie Commercial Bankr
enarinn populatitnn of the territory ; such ta the stabiledrut Sr. Louis uan Agency for loaning
feeling prevalent here ion bringing to a speedy mneiny', and buying and selling bills, which
close a war which has itrfnicned such immense Agency was made tihe recipient of thIe public
damage un Florida-suech shocking outrages on revenues. At thdis Agency, a regular banking
humanity. The Council has erected a new coun- lsss s conducted to a larger tmexet. The
ty in S'uth FInriada, named after the illfated Mnj c.batiers ni tie Franklin and Commercial Banks
Dade; arid as the troops under Gen. Call will, require them to make an exhibit of their affairs
on arriving from here at Tampa.pursuethe.route every year as they stand on the first Monday of
taken by tlie force under Major D., they will pro- Jan, aind transmnt such exhibit to the Secretary
bably sonn pay the lastsad houorsto the murder oI State, whose duty it is to cause it to be pb.-
ed troops, by burying their bones, or leaving on in. scums pinbei. mne -paper-Thuis exhibit,
their own to bleach upon the same field. for 1836, is now before me. It is a document full
of instruction. 0n that day, thIe Commercial
From bheSt. Augustine It. rail, Feh.15. 3 Bank held on depcsite for the Treasurer of the
hIadian Deeslcatiuns -The wiholen f the'ceounlry United States, ONE MILLION. SIX HUN-
south of St. Augustine, has been laid waste duir- DRED TI-IIRTY-FOUR THOUSAND, FIVE
ing the past week, andl notaa building of any val- F-TUNDRED EIGHTY-TWO DOLLARS,
ue left standing. There is not a onnse now re- FORTY-THREE CENTS. It also held on de-
maiuing teen this city and Cape Florida, a piaite far tIe, Prst Ofhice,:ivc thousand, forty-
distance ot 2511 miles, all have been burn to the e lt dollars, eightht.t/lreej cents-makings an rn,-
ground. On Sunday morning last, a dense smoke gregnte f'OUNE MILLION, SIX HIUNDI)RED
was seen in the south, in the direction of Bulow- THIRTY-NINE THOUSAND, SIX HUN-
ville, and itl.was cmnjectured that the buildings DRED THIRTY-ONE DOLLARS, TWEN-
on that plantation were in flames, and it was TY-SIX CENTS. The accountsashow that this
known 1hat there ere none but ldians in that money is employed as capital in Banking! Is its
direction. Tlhe snrake was seen in lhe same di- uie not worth a five hundred dollars douceur per

reaction on Tu'risday On.Thursday. it was re- annum to Reuben M. Whiiney ?
ported, that Gem. Hernandez's hniises at St. .o- The exhibit of the Franklin Bank is also be-
seph's were on fire, and, in the afternoon, this fore me. The Franklin was the first receiver of
repo-t was confirmed by twu of'Gen Hernandez s the plundered deposits. It lhad. January 4, 1836,
negrnes, whi stated that they had rode frnma Ma- of public deposits by the U. S Treasury, the pal-
la Compra to St Josephs,. that. ornmming, and try sum of oiNE HUNDnRED FIFTY-SEVEN THIOU-
came wilhin a quarter of a mile of the houses.and SAND, SEVEN HUNDRED TWENTY SEVEN DOLLARS,
hid a full view oftine hurninr, btildirigs. They sixry-ONE CrNTS! And, as Pension Agent, five
slate the house's t,, have een fired about 7 o'clhrk hundred frty five dollars, seventeen r ts For
:hat nrinrring and inhat every house except hire what cause have Ihe deposits been, withdrawn
m hrn hi,.ae 'uas ibirning at the. time they were from the one Bank and Iransferred to he other?
Ihere The Indians had p,,sed sentinels at some We believe the correspondence of the two Banks,
distance Irin Ih l hu ises,'while lthe main bdry with Rueben M. Wiitney, if made public,wou ld
'were dancing around tihe fire. The negroes can -furnish ain explanation. Did not thie Frank'in da.-
rive us no correct idea as to the number of' the cline making a douceur to Reauben JM. WhIitne, as
Indians, but say that there was u large crowd of proposed to it, by /..',.,./"f And what did the
them. 'Theplantalion of CGo. James Williams, Commercial do ? 'i h .i iquiries are not difficult
weas also. set on fire and destr ved at the same to answer. Would it prejudice the public inter-
time. Mr. Dupont's plantatin of Buen Refiri, eat if the truth were told ?
is also destroyed. There now remains no doubt Since the foregoing was in thie hands of. our

ni- compositors, we'have received tile Globe, in to be called for petitions on the first day on which ?TF Sale uo Slocks at Auction, o lThurslay,'by
n, which Reuben M. Whitney figures, in hias pro-. the House should meet in each week, after thie MARnuT STODDmAD & Co. Terms, lashl. I'lerest
id per person. ,Never did impudence exhibit itself 30th day of the session. chargedbon thie Bank Stocks, from theiastdividends.
of more impudently He spetrks of the article no- The Chair replied in theChir replied in the affirmative, and he 4 Shres Mecanics Bank. 53'50 par value 50
Ile sliced above,,as copied from the National Intelli- consideration of the unfinished business of the 4 Sd, Wevbosret Bank 5it 50 50
0. gencer: last petition day was resumed, viz. tire question 20 do do do do 5445
in "That the Intelligencer may be relieved from of the order rising nupon the petition for the 3 mit do dou 5 3 "
conjecture, and the future use of the monosylla- abolition of slavery in the District of Columbia 3 do Rozer Williams Bank I85 (u 75
bles if and ifs, 1 will tell them frankly,that I am presented by Mr Briggs. do xch Bank o 87 SO
employed by a number of the must respectable Mr Miller moved that the subject be postponed 39 do Exchangedo doBank 45487 50
of the present deposit banks, to reside in this to Monday next, inorder to afford the House an 10 do do do 54 51 inn
to city, to act us their corresponding agent, and to opportunity to present petitions. 34 do Blackstone Canaldo 26 371 25
de loek after theim interests here generally." The. motion was opposed by Mr Wise. As a 10 di American BankL 53 75 '" 50
a, southern man, and as a slave-holder, he said, he I do Providence Bask 4t2 00 400
a In the name ofall thaLis decent and respects- called upon the House to meet and decide the 4 do Cotni racial do 53 (0 50
Lie, we ask, .what 'interests' have the deposit 4 do'CyBark i 5 50
Banks 'to look after,' in Washinolon thatre- n. t do do do 51 62 in
e eba ks tiAlo A t fer itn Washing Tn th re-u The motion to postpone was agreed to. 20 do drdo st 50 m
s Department! 'INTEREST 'n and 'i eT ', The Chair proceeded to call the House for pe- 20 do Man facturers Bank i11 '2r5 100
c- epai nnET 'ANAeNT titions,commencinog where the call was suspend- 27 do do do illit '1 "
a Cannot the business of the Treasury of the U. ed,. on the previous Monday, with Massachusetts. 20 do Eagle Bank :62 25 50
o States with t ,,tobanks, ue Mr. J. Q. Adams presented an abolition peti- 4 do Blackstone Cnal 40 15
t ihout a GO.BErWEE9N ? A HIRELING tion. 70 do do do .-3 80
nf GO-BETWEEN paid by the deposit banksI- 24 do American Ins. Co. 5 5525
SFo what service? Had the conmsiander-in.chiet Its reception being objected to, 8 do Pr Wash. n Ins. Co. 50 00 3
rr h s 't ve e of n GO- hTWEEN? Mr Mann, of New York, remarked that it was t share whale ship Brunswick 590 00 500
s f the Binish army, n"eed of tGO-rETW e plain that this question would meet the House 3 shares New Market Assoc. 43 00 50
The corrupt Irrencty(f phis strumpet mistress, was at every step, and that it must be settled. Be- 1 dn Abheneum 9 50 25
Snot moreiuetl profligate, than that of this living that the House was prepared todetermine 1 do dn on tut '
as cirelg Agent of ithe dep' sit hanks-openly de- the question of order, without further debate, he NEW ORLEANS MARKET, Feb. 8.
l lared.m the lace ol tIe i Id. moved the re-consideration of the vote by which Coiton.-Sales of Salurday were:-1000 bales
ir Hear him further: the House had postponned the question .of order Mississippi. 16 cts; 100 dr do 18 cts; 1500 do do 15 ;
re In regard to the political coloring which it is relating to the abolition petition presented on the o00 do do 15; 23di do 15; 1200 do do, nut of 1600,
r attempted to give my letter, which has been re-' 15th inst, by the gentleman from Massachusetts, S.f; 384 tdil1 51di; 486 ddo 156; 2S4 do (it 15*; 2712
f. erred to, I think proper titN say, that 1 have, in all (Mr Briggs.) -dun .,' t; 282d s di, dno 1; 6n,01 hto rioidao T ,; 15;liOO
n cases, wenrever I have referred tn the subject, Mr Miller said, that perceiving the object d,) Lousiana and, Misssppi, 15; 736 do do di 15i;
i. discountenanced the Banks Ironr taking any part of his motion could not be attained, he would 80do do do do 16.
,s in politics whatever, acquiesce in the motion of the< gentleman from BRI 4 fTO 1 MARKET- londav, P Fh 22.
e- In writing to the President of one which em- New York. [Reported for the Daily.Advertiserand Patioti.]
ie ploys me, which had been charged with lending Mr Wise rose, he said, to make a prediction, At market 5b5 H -bi- Catle, and 880 Sheep.
e its influence for the advancement of party. I said, that, now that the gentleman from New York PRrcES--Beef Cattle- Last week'spricesfora like
I- From my personal observation I can say, that at had made the motion, the House would sustain qua ily were hardly supported. More of the best
s the time Stlate institutions were first selected in it. He begged the south to look at the fael, that, -ualities were at ,market, consequently a largbernum-
r- 1833, as the fiscal'agents of the Go ernmn the .ent, t n the appeal came from heappeal came from t south, it was un- er brou tour highest quotains e noticed a
it question was never asked, What are the politics heeded and unsuccessful. But let it come from it somehin, morn,. We quote first ~usalitye at36Ss i
v. of thode whon manage the Bank ?' The only New York and the gentleman from Pennsylva- 39s; second do. at 303 a 34s 6d ; third do 24s a 28s 6d.
to things which were inquired into, were, the safety nia was ready to give his assent. Sheep-We noticed sa'e- as follows, several lots
of the institutions, and fidelity of those who di- Mr Brown, of New York, said he had voled were s-lcted. anl several entire, viz: 2-s, 30s, 33s,
y reacted thenm" against the motion to .postpone. for the reason 36s 39:, and 4-2.
e And so, Alr -I.' '. .- does refer Ino,"politics," that he wanted the question settled. He wished Site- -Noir at market.
il and discuss 1.**.n....i coloring," ini his corres- the Hobse to say, withoutifurther prucrastina LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET, J:nn 20.
r- pondence. Nay, more :--he speaks to his em- tion, whether the decision of the Speaker was Tue sales ,n T.mrsday last were 4000 hags; Fri-
a players, the deposit Banks, authoritively-and right. It must be mianifest to every one that the d ,v 450; S ,turi, ;8000,0of which 4000 were taken
,n Speetilalttio--llontv1 t2 000, 5e00 mnon speculation
to advises them what questions the Government" House would be obliged to settle the question. Tu y 00-and to 1-say 4500, The" dem an Si ince
d, asks Indeed Then he confers with the Mr Pinrckney moved that the motion to recon- last week has been very extensive bout as regards
3e Government Yea, verily-and he knows the sider be laid on the table. Rejected without a nhe trade and speculators, who have bought Ireely.
o wishes of "the Government." Mark the asser- count. To-day thedemand has ben good; holders have met
e' tions in the last quotation. Well, if the people The motion to reconsider was then agreed to it willingly and appear, as anxious as sellers. In
Sapprovethis, if they let it pass without inquiry, TiThe Chair stated the question, as follows. The ,nices a advancee .has taken place of id to f tier lb
vre givehit up. House-had adopted tire resolution of tire gentle.- ereralh,. Theweek's report amounts to 18061 fags.
yi ,mann from South Carolina, (Mr. Pincknev,) DIED
I-r tire Atl itriareferring all the petitions on this subject In lDIEDs ci- on Thray morn, Mr Moses G
'FromIninAlexuniria Ph enix.re Ith thC s city, on Thdarys inoruinz, Mr Moses G
*s i Wesmrit en y o i. e r wich had been presented. or might be Cady i tihe 2-2d year of his aae.
.ExruNGING.-We submitto the eye of therea- presented, to a Select Committee. Sub- On F:i-ta morning. Mrs Mary Ann Read, wife of
i. dera Jct -simile of a page of the Senate's Jour. quently, the gentleman from Massachusetts pre- Mr James H Read, and daughter of the late Captain
n. nal, as it is proposed to be expunged by the Vir- sented a petition on the subject; an objection was William Taiylor, in the 34th year of her age.
r ginia Resolutions. We copy from. the Frede- made to its reception, which objection the Chair In Pa.wtuc'ket on Friday morning, Sarah Eliza,
as ricksburg Arena. Risum toneatis amiciP entertained as in order-deciding that the reso- only child of Mr Edwin Howhild, after a distress-
n- entertained ag ilsrder,-dec ofi a days, aged i year 6 months and 13
S. t th lution could not embrace petitions, not in posses- dat s,
r Res ved, T'l, At the Presi- nt iri he sion of the House at the time of tle adoption of

xecu ive pro dings in rel ion I the theresolution. From this decision the entlema ANT LLGENCE.
Self a ~lhority d pow not c- nferr, by question neloie the House was,"shall the decis- PORT OF PROVIDENCE.
Iy ie C- stitutioni and la hbut i" eroug ionI oof the Chair stand as the judgment, of the Fo un Corre nt
,nI' both. House t s"'. F rom r yur'Correspondent.
.s lol'bo am maru ,, Upon this question a debate arose. Messrs. tFBRytS'L. yebs '--Aasrrived yerterdy, brig nsa dt
e. Lawler and Cushing sustained the decision of J. Skater & Sun, B D Weeden, G IR Arnold, J & P Rhodes,
a: The Unitd States Senate.-The terms of the the Chair. J G tnthony, Watson .-. Spooner. it Cozzens, T Beck-
i- following Senators will expire on the 4t11 of Mr. Beardsley made an argument against the with, Borden & Bowen. 0 Ta t and J Chapin & Co.
. March of next year, viz :-Mangum, of North decision of the Chair. Sche .atne ii to ys aroW Sanvab for Pro s
- Carolina; Ewing, of Ohio; Moore, of Alabama; Mr. Wise ruse to make another prediction, Co M.uiton & Fisher. S Hnarris S & J Statei,and lumber
I Tomlinsou, if Connecticut ; Porter, of Louisiana; viz. that, now that the Attorney General of New t,.T.inimmn a Bnucilin.
- Preritiss, of Vermont; Goldsborough, of Mary- York had given his opinion, and he had, he said, Schrs James Harbour, Baker, N York for Providence;
r- land; Preston, ofSouth Carolina; Clay, of Ken- argued the question logically and in a manner Rchnn Bud raws, Nori'nk io d r,.
s tacky; whigs--and Wright, ofNewYork; Hill, becoming the Attorney General of New York, BRIaTOL, ,-b 6-Arrbe w in Henry, cile,2d
s- oiNevw Hampshire; Buchianan,ofPennsylvania; the House would reverse the decision of the co with brigNew Colui;... Ir.,'i. 1i,..-, tfor Warren.-
y Linn, ofiMissouri ; Cuothbert, of Georgia ; Ewing, Chair. Mr W. went on to support the decision ol Lefi brigs Eagingraint, i-nwirs- .i .I,. ., Troy, Darling,
of0 Jlinois; and Hendricks, of Indiana; support- tihe Chair fromnpolicy,lhough he believed.he said, "fi tistol, doing n thing. Clyde, Liscimb of, do, do, and
ers of the Administration. that all the facts oif the case were against the othed nra' ngbri r commerce, Andross, Mobile;
opinion of thie Chair. Mr. W. went very much 8chrUaleidoiois,>.nithi. Ntw York.
. :TWENTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. at large into) the, merits of the petitions and the -__- .
1 SENATE-TuESDAY, February 23. policy o? Mr. Pinckney's resolution HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
i Mr. Linn offered the billowing resolution, After a long continued discussion, Mr. Gal- -ai1 The subscriber wishing to leave Provi-
f which lies over one day lor consideration : bralth moved the previous question, which was C offers fr esal one his Hedouseral Hill. The
Resolved, That the Secretalry ol War be -dire,t- seconded. .n
-o t., canie n le ,uti t-d ih,.. .it,i.. eliobl,: .- Ti-ru. i rrimlu .:n ,ii' ,-i r i, .'d. 3 1 r pc u, ,, 'in mini-, a5 fe ',mnm i' n' h ilSO -acl -atwo
i l..r I.i.r uli:.t tlrin ...it Luh ie C ihai pltiri n at IIe I n :4. i t ,- i ,n ,: b .I. .. ..i Anu ie.n
S Pr,..vi ,c-' of Loe er i.a -.ida, a li I, the de. T le I .rnl q, ..r h ,n, t l., n I wa-: d c d ,i,, i.. ,rur' hI m .11 ,i i hn '-. h.,u ,ir N,. 57
i c.' -c.:.tl' ui,'e er Inil rcer ci ,l i l.ul sit Irlli ie in tim. ie-, in e. n ,, ':,,,'*K. i -'.i H -i-. i S. I H I'..KE r '2,< *d D:n rtfsa
Y United States, add that he cause to be made tha So the decision of the Chair was reversed. FOR SALE
r proper estimates of the expense necessary for the Underthis vote, the abolition petition present- f A House and Iher i.. r.|.t Ix '
election and arming of such fortifications, and ed by Mr Briggs, was of course, refe d to the aneuated antin Pi in..'d. ni. iir, a. C
- thut he make report thereof to the Senate, at the Select Committee on the subject. L tIle urnpike road leading tr..rn Psti.id.-nce no Nor-
d next session of Congress. Mr. Lawyer moved to send certain additional which, about one mile soub. o tlhe Plainnield Acadie-
n Mr. Knight laid before the Senate resolutions instructions to the C8mmittee, but objections my--(said house and lot lnom r-ly t,congmigl no Capt
- adopted hy the Legislature of Rhode Island, in. were.made to the reception of the motion. Edward irk.) Said n hul e m mi..I h.uruEn t hgh: a
good Store,'Barn and ou. rh..,.- .1i ,in co.d me1 aim;
. strucling the Senators from that State to vote for On motion of Mr. McKim, an excellent stand for a rn-r. Ir .r .,r m -.hincirh. i.
. an equal and equitable division of the proceeds of The House then adjourned. will be sold a bargain! For further particulars, in-
e the public lands. Suicide by Lauda.nuinm.-On Tuesday morning. quiro of William Stringer, near ihe premises, or ,the" -
The resolutions were, on motion of Mr.South- a gentleman boarder at the Hanover Hotel, hear. subrber. Ifnotsold by i i.'ihof MarN im .
ard, laid on the table and ordered to be printed. ing goans, in a cham ber contiguous to his own, Plainfeld, December 30th 835 THAN .

S Mr. BentonorTitFiceATIO e IntLL. t o proceed to occupied by Mrs. Eliza Retd, a lady who arriv- FARM FOR .-SALE.
te Mnr. Benton moved the Senate to proceed to ed from New York last Saturday, and took lodg- The one undivided half piart ofea Farm ate.
the consideration of the bill making appropria- ings at the Hotel, called a maid servant, who dis. The one undivided half part of a F,arm lEst
lions for, fortifiations, for purchasing new sites er, Mr s. Reed itthe homcslead ol Thomas Tillinghast!
Sfionsr for ficatiis aons, other purpchasing nw sitses. covered, on going into the chamber, Mrs. Reed nitnated m that part of East Greenwich, ca hle
- tr fortifications, and other purposes. The mo- dead in bed and an empty four ounce phial on Frenchtown. The whole Farm contains about one
r Betonagr e speech, which uped tillhe table, labelled laudanum. We understand hundred and fifty acres, (and it is believed the whole:

the hour of adjournment. His main object was about 45 yesi old, and separated from her hus- for wood, mowing and ti.lag land well fenced, pin- -
to enforce the recommendation of the President, band,. Se has several children, and about two cially with stone wall, asriwill be sold a good bar-
e of liberal appropriations for defence, and to in- at e ah desrearee anael i n t to the purchaeaser-payments made to accotm-
Sieras appropriations or fence, an n years since a daughter destroyed herself in the modate. For further particulars, apply JObS J TJL-
u crease the army, which he thought insufficient, same manner as the mother She has relatives re- LTrHAST, Esq. East Greenwich, or the subscriber it
Sunder our present circumstances, to supply the siding in the city, and it is thought owns some Smithfield LimeRock. D G HARRIS.':,,
Saints of an enlarged population, and lite requi property. There was nothing in her conduct n14 MTf
sptions of our elevated reputation. It was his whilst at the Hotel which attracted any special FARM FOR SALE.
opinion tlat tua regular aroyshnoul d be in notice, or was thought strange or improper.- Situated in Brooklyn, Conn. two miles
toY20,00(). The amount appopriated by the bill Boston Transcript. IlLS. north of thie Court House, directly on the
is about a million and three quarters. No wich and Woodstock turnpike road. Said Farm
Mr. Preston said, he should, to-morrow, move- Rs,,ror.PiH, Tenn. Feb. 2.-Suicide .-On Fri- containsabout t160 acres of Land well proportioned
several amendments to the bill. Among others, day last,thesteam-boat Mediterranean. from New for mo wing. plough land, pasturing and wood land
She gave notice that he should move to strike out l b f s well watered. It as hereon two dwelling
tihe item ofr$660,000 for steam-batteries, and to Orleans, left the body of Ricnard D. Halsey, of' houses, onne a large house very thoroughly built in
Substitute $100 000 for the purpose of maki New 'York, at our town for burial, who commil- 8-825, one small house Viell situated fora tenant-
ubstitute $100,000 fori the purpose of making ted suicide on the 29th ullimo, by stabbing hi'Im- Also one large barn, a horse barn, chaise house,
Sufficient experiment of their usefulness.. He self through the abdomen. The causes given for wood house, corn barn, it-c. all nearly new; itio
intended also to move to strike out all appropria te deed i e contradictory. It is said he left New orchards of thriftvy young mulberry irmes, and more
lions for fortifications of the third class, and also Yorkc e n s e, and felled in a ri200 yotingografted b pple trees, most of wh ch"
(or all which forsurveva and'estinalem hd tY 'city a few monrntnasince, andSettled in are benmnng to bear fruit. For further particulars
Seen a whichde Aorsurve vs rnaewas fatiiaes ad noyret NNatez, with a'view of practicing law, of which inquire of GEORGEo W BNSON, Providence, or lihe
en maided As im e dtnrat wi as th tigued, hie re- profession he was a promising member; that he subscriber, on the premises.
framed from proceeding with his remarks at this iecameenamnored of a widow lady of much beauty JOHN R WILLIAMS.-
time and moved an adjournment. and wealth, neglected his pursuits, squandered Brooklyn, Feb l0th, 1836 118 sMT6w
Thie Senae then adjourned his money, and, being unnlbrlunate in his attach- TO LET.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATVES ment, in a fit of despair, conmitted rhe horrid Tin Rulenbug es ate situated near Olney
The Chair presented the Message (f thie Preei- deed.- He was thought run be about 25 years rl,'. ylvillae, wmtiin intv miles of the Providence
dent of the United Stales, on the subject of tie bridge, cnsiisting if a stone fctory two stories iigh
relations of the United States with Friance, whiih At lhe meeting in New York, on Wednesday ii about sevenss feet fall on lh Woonasquetucket
was Iransmitted to Congress yesterday. evening, to take measures .lrn rebuilding lhe river, 70 ncrs of Lond. lour dwelling houses, &c.-
On motion of Mr J. Q. Adanms, the Message Methodist Book Councern," upwards ol $13,000 h t h Dilace is well adapted for a bleach or dye house,
and accompanying documents were referred to were subscribed. Interesting addresses were rmctine shop or other manufacrurrg purpose, ad
the Committee on Foreign Relations, and order- madt by the Rev,Dr. Bangs and the Rev. Mr sert'po being th prmseaceu dofrt e a
ed to be printed. Waurghr In the course of his remarks, Dr. by Messrs ulownsend & Grani. For furrhlre par-
Mr. Davis moved that 10,000 extra, copies of Bangs related thie following remarkable rcim- tuilars, terms. &c. apply noR! W GnaerE., No 52
the Message and Documents be printed for thIe dent:-Among thie burning tragonents of books Arcude, or to HA ROGEos. No 6 South Wate'r st.
use of the House. and printed sheets which svere whirled aloit upon d7 MTtif .
Mir. Gillett moved 25,000. ., the wings of the fla'ne, and borne onward upon MASON'S WWHIPPERS.
The Chair said both motions would lie over those iof the wind, was a page of thie Bible cnn- IJHE suibscrnuir beis lhave to return his sincere
one day, under a rule of the House. gaining the lxivth chapter of Isaiah. It was th nks to Counon Mlanufacturers in general, for'.
Mr. Parker moved to suspend the rules, in picked up on the morning. of the conflangration, Imr the shoi icramince hhs been building he abved
order to consider the motion now. about twelve miles distant, on Long Island, iand unam d Whippers. fThere a now inr successful ope
Mr. Whittlesey called for the yeas and nays, before the catastrophe was kn-wn which had ratin about litt, of which a great number have
but they were refused., carried it thither. It was indeed a winged mes- beenc pul in operation on trial, and all withl success
The motion was agreed to. senger ol truth, in a double sense, for tine fact is no one hay nig been rein cned, and several alter a pr c-
The question being on the motion to print no less striking than authentic, that every word tical use ,frsaid inaclim s, have adoi tnd a second
25,000 extra copies, of the page was so marred as to be illegible, save main'n-e wveresircuustanceshavereo rdomid o -wich
Mr. Cave Johnson opposed it on ,the ground the llth verse, which reads in the words follow- ter Thurber, of Providence, Crown and Eagle Mills,
that it was a useless expense,, as the document ing:- Uxbndge, Mass. They will do more work and do
would appear in all the newspapers in thie c tun. "Our holy and beautiful house, where our it better wsii less power than any omhdr Whipper
try. By such extravagant expenses, he said, the fathers praised thee, is BURNE.D UP WIT FIRE : benciwcin ts; noetact, tevihaiprer prothemselves t n o
contingent fund of the House had been increased, and all our pleasant things ARE LAID WASTE !" picker, to any other machine of the kind ever offer.
during the last four years,lromn $20,000 to $50,000 We knw not how their relinn of this incident ed to he public.
a yecr. P impressed others, buttous, says the Editor of the All orders addressed to the subscriber, Moosup -
Msr. Parker expressed his surprise at the oplc Commercial Adverliser, it appeared of stinking Post Office, Planfield. t. will be thankfiIlly receuy-
sition of the gentleman from Tennessee to th interest aud ,eauty. True, there seems no spe- Machines delivered, f requestenon in an. arto
othiein. This document Ie n ud, iccowded with cial reason why such a message should have been New .En.ld mnd, at a very reasonable expense.
the feelings ci the people and tihey would be very providentially sent to thie man whn, found it; bunt t awMrtf CHARLES MASON.

,ous to get it. it ra true cae many Lure the message iqus sent, and all but the message I'TO'lCE-The Copnrtnershia heretouere existing '
newspapers would( publish it, but many of them was obliterated by the melancholy occurrence of hewe,.n ihe subscribers, under bhe firm ot BIL.
were too small tocoutain the whole of it at one which it gave such signal intelligence. The Iha LINGS& NYE, wason thel2th instant, bymatual
plMi'. i. was an dit a was brought over to this city by the finder, and conse idi ss,, vecd.
MrN. J. Q. Adams said there-was an, addition- 1s been-laced in one four bonk stores. r The unJersigned EDWARD BILLINGS having pur- I
al reason why hie should wish to circulate this been p oe of r tes chased all their sleok in tliade and the debts due the
firni, and become responsible luir mhe payineat. so all
document to 'the greatest possible extent; lie Law is Law.-Amonm other cases tried at the debts due by said urinuism fully aur ihozed m"to 6 lem i
meaurt what ie considered as the normal of the late Court of nCoumon Pleas in Sirafford county, the coocn-rns of said company, andreques all
conclusion of tihis- controversy with France, the N. H. was an indictment, says the Dover Ga- sons having unselt ed accounts to cr,11 at his shop
recommendation with which the Message closes zette, against Nathaniel Willey, fori selling one No 101 S6uih Main street, for a settlement, sod adll i
and the quotation fro the almost inspired words glass of run. The point submitted was wheth- indebted to make paymenEt ARD ,
of the Father of his country, er the article was a glass of rium or a glass of mix- OiV C
Mr Boon was in favor of a still larger number, ed liquor,on which the jury were unable to agree, providioee, Fehiriry 3thL IE6 wNYE.
and moved 40,000, which motion wais rejected, and at the suggestion of thle Court, the Attorney F bray 31'16 MT3w
Tle. notion to print 25,000 copies was then General abandoned the prosecution. t Ai .ronwSi-ta ao give d oIce that int Admnm stra-
agreed to, by a vute of 123 to 72. mont, lain' se oi N Prnovichetace. deceased, on Mon-
Tle Chair proceeded to call for the reports Robert J Walker, the new Senator from thi daytireda N.di' h Plare x tieden asni h onm, at
from Coinmittees, but Stalte of Misisssippi, appeared yesterday, was the Holel, Pawtucket. fBy ....- I
Mr J. Q. Adams asked whether petitions were qualified, and took his seat.-A'utional Intelli- Wi,'N !lr fl ,,r ,PC;'k.
not in order, under the rule requiring the States gencer of Tuesday, North Providence Feb.it, 1% lt 1i2 rr3t -2 .

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